As someone who signed up as a Windows Insider some months ago, I was near the top of the list for the free update to Windows 10.So, I took advantage of the situation and opted to get Windows 10 as soon as I possibly could.
If the right driver for a device is not in Windows' library, you will be prompted to supply it (typically, on a CD included with your hardware device).
If you've determined that you absolutely need to update one or more of your device drivers, I strongly urge you to use System Restore to create a restore point first.
Talk to any tech person, read any forum, and at some point you’re sure to be told to update your drivers… And is it necessary to compulsively update your drivers? In very simple terms, drivers are computer programs that let Windows and your other applications interact with a hardware device.
Your computer doesn’t natively know how to use all the features of your video card—it needs a driver to do that.
Restart your computer, using either the reset button or by powering it off and then back on using the power button.