Drivers can be simple or complex, and like any software, drivers can have bugs.
It seems like a day doesn't go by where our computer isn't politely urging us to please install an update for something or other.While most of these allow us to explore new features in our music library or help software run with more security, there's also the need to update so your computer can run what you want, period.Thus data is copied “down” from those servers to your machine.Conversely, copying data from your computer or device to an internet server is considered an Drivers are another one of those “computer things” that are just so much confusing magic to the average computer user.Whenever Windows or Mac has an update, the drivers are generally installed along with it; you don't even realize you're getting a fancy new way for your hardware to communicate as well.
In general, you don't need to fuss about whether or not to update your drivers.
If you're using your computer right now, you probably have a ton of drivers already installed and working.
That's one of the reasons, in fact, that people don't know that much about drivers.
In fact, that’s pretty much what “plug and play” is all about: in many scenarios, you never see anything related to drivers; things just work.
However, not all possible drivers are included with Windows.
When it comes to device drivers, I’m a firm believer in “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it”.