After you finish installing Windows 10, surely you will find and install the latest Windows 10 drivers to update your Desktop and Labtop PCs
Since Windows 10 is Microsoft’s newest operating system, manufacturers determine what hardware models can work in Windows 10 and then regularly release Windows 10 compatible drivers.
Acer (Notebook, Tablet, Desktop)
Just search for your Acer PC model and then select Windows 10 from the Operating System drop-down box.
If your Acer computer model doesn’t have Windows 10 drivers available, especially if it’s listed on the Acer Windows 10 Upgrade page, don’t worry – it means that the drivers Microsoft included with Windows 10 probably worked just fine.
Most Acer tablets, notebooks, and desktops that work well with Windows 8 and Windows 7 will work fine on Windows 10. If you have problems, check the Acer Driver Downloads & Manuals page regularly for new drivers.
The Acer Windows 10 FAQ page answers many other basic questions about Windows 10 and your Acer computer.
Enter the model number of your Toshiba computer to view the specific download for your computer. Once there, filter by Windows 10 from the list in the left margin.
Toshiba has also published easy-to-reference Toshiba Models that are supported for Upgrading to Windows 10.
You’ll find a number of Windows 10-enabled models from the KIRA, Kirabook, PORTEGE, Qosmio, Satellite, TECRA, and TOSHIBA families.
Enter your Dell Service Tag or Express Service Code, manually search for your device, or select Product Detection for an automated process.
Once you find the Dell device for which you want Windows 10 drivers, select it and then select Change OS and select Windows 10.
Most newer computers from Alienware, Inspiron, XPS, Vostro, Latitude, Optiplex, and Dell Precision work fine on Windows 10.
See Dell Computers Tested to Upgrade to Windows 10 page for a model-by-model list. Your Dell computer may work fine even if it’s not on the list but you won’t know for sure until you install, or upgrade to, Windows 10.
Some Dell PCs do not, and will not get, Windows 10 specific drivers from Dell. In those cases, and only with some computers, installing Windows 8 drivers is the way to go.
See Installing a Compatible Dell Windows 8.1 Driver to Upgrade a Computer to Windows 10 for a tutorial.
No matter how well, or not very well, your specific Dell PC should support Windows 10, please read the Dell General Issues Upgrading Dell Devices to Windows 10 article for what to expect.
HP Drivers (Laptops, Tablets & Desktops)
There’s no easy list of HP computers that work well with Windows 10, as with some other computer makers, but HP isn’t helping.
Head over to Upgrade Your HP Computer to the Windows 10 page and enter your computer’s product number in the field provided and then tap or click Find my product.
Lenovo computers that have been tested in Windows 10 can be found on the Lenovo Supported Systems List for Windows 10 Upgrade page on their site.
Lenovo supported Windows 10 supported models are from IdeaCentre, ThinkCentre, IdeaPad, ThinkPad, ThinkStation, and Lenovo Series desktop/laptop/tablet series.
Some Lenovo brand computers are also listed as incompatible, which means that upgrading or installing Windows 10 on the computer can cause some major problems.
Samsung (Notebooks, Tablets, Desktops)
Most Samsung computers that work well with Windows 8 and Windows 7 will work fine with Windows 10.
If you want to quickly see if your specific Samsung PC can upgrade to Windows 10, use the drop-down menu on Samsung’s Windows 10 Update Information page to find your specific product.
Sony Drivers (Desktop & Notebook)
More information about Windows 10 compatibility with select Sony PCs can be found on Sony’s Windows 10 Upgrade Information page.
Choose basic information about what version of Windows comes pre-installed on your Sony PC and then read more about what problems, if any, you might expect to encounter during or after your Windows 10 upgrade or installation.
Be sure to check for updated Windows 10 drivers for your personal Sony PC model to see if this issue can be fixed.
ASUS Drivers (Desktop & Notebook Motherboards)
Windows 10 drivers for ASUS motherboards can be downloaded via ASUS Support.
Click Download, enter your motherboard model number, then filter it by your operating system – Windows 10 in this case.
ASUS does a fantastic job of making it easy to find out how compatible your motherboard is with Windows 10 with their Ready for Windows 10 page.
Just sort by Intel or AMD and then look up your motherboard model number. Windows 10 may be supported with beta or WHQL drivers and may or may not require a BIOS upgrade. Everything you need to know is there.
Intel Chipset “Drivers” (Intel Motherboards Desktop & Notebook)
From the Download Center, search for Intel hardware by name, or browse through the Find By Category tool.
On the search results page, filter by download type if that helps, then filter by Operating System – select Windows 10.
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