Giveaway: Kcsoftwares DUMo (Drivers Update Monitor) for FREE

keeps your PC up-to-date & safe by using the most recent version of required hardware drivers!

Download: dumo_lite.exe
Code: 40083089074093069104074093069096087080083082085080050046050051
Code: 30071090095080065104074100079087093083069085074100050046050051

User-friendly driver updater
Automatic detection of installed hardware
Detects required drivers according to your version of Microsoft Windows
More compatibility and less false positive than others Drivers Monitors (according to users feedback 😉
Internationalization support.

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3 thoughts on “Giveaway: Kcsoftwares DUMo (Drivers Update Monitor) for FREE

  1. staff does not check links posted by users in the comment section, so take care and double check everything.
  2. Does not know authoritatively if there are really any newer drivers since it only finds out about drivers by the drivers the users that run the program have installed, it cannot tell if the higher version number drivers are legitimate or private self signed hacked drivers, if they came from windows update or the machines OEM or the chip makers which is why it never links you to an actual driver file as it has no clue where the drivers are sourced! Really it invades users privacy in the context that it does not inform the end user at any point that they harvest installed device and driver version data and assign each installation with a unique numeric identifier that ties those device VEN DEV and driver version data values to a given user.

  3. I have used SUMo and DUMo. The DUMo user interface is spartan. The tool is easy to use. It’s not a bad tool. There are alternatives that are more polished, especially that automatically download for you.
    However, if you’re looking for a reasonably priced tool with free lifetime upgrades, it’s certainly worth considering. The developer is friendly and helpful.
    SUMo is also worth considering. It is certainly one of the most comprehensive software updaters based on the number of programs it recognises … and I’ve tried many, including IOBIT, Glary, Patch My PC, Heimdall, FileHippo and AdLice (probably more).

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