Updated · Jan 29, 2023
If you’ve recently noticed a Driver Support app on your PC, you’re probably wondering how it got there and what is Driver Support One used for.
Driver Support One is a tool that finds necessary driver updates to optimize your OS (Operating System).
Here’s everything you need to know about and how to remove it from your computer.
What Is Driver Support One on My Computer?
When Windows updates, it automatically updates many of the drivers on your computer. But it doesn’t always find the latest update and you’ll sometimes have to check the driver manufacturer’s website to ensure that you’re getting the best version.
This is where a tool like Driver Support can come in handy.
Developed in 1996 by PC Drivers Headquarters LP, Driver Support is a tool that detects missing, out-of-date, and corrupted drivers.
The software scans your computer to identify the drivers that need to be updated and pulls links from its database to the most up-to-date driver versions.
Driver Support costs $9.99 a month if you want access to all of its features but you can download it from the official website for free.
Driver Support Software Features
In its full version, Driver Support One comes with a variety of features, all of which aim to ensure that your drivers are up to date.
The tool provides the following services:
- Finding the matching drivers to the maker and model of the user’s system hardware.
- Flagging generic drivers.
- Notifying users about newly released drivers (Active driver monitoring)
- Offering a search tool to look for specific drivers.
- Integration API.
- Archiving a user’s PC driver configuration as a fail-safe in case a driver misbehaves.
How to Uninstall Driver Support One From Your Computer
While Driver Support One is not malware, it can inconvenience users who are content with Windows’ ability to update their drivers or don’t mind manually searching for driver updates they might need.
Also, the tool can miss some outdated drivers, as we've found out in our review, and it may even end up on your computer without your knowledge. This can happen when you’re installing another piece of software that comes as part of a bundle package.
Remove Driver Support One on Windows 10 and 11
- Click the Search button and search for Add or Remove Programs to get to the list of all of the installed apps on your computer.
- Search for Driver Support One in the search bar.
- Click on the three dots and select Uninstall. In Windows 10, the Uninstall button is right under the name of the app.
- When the uninstallation is complete, go to C:>/ Program Files, find the Driver Support folder, and delete it.
Remove Driver Support One on Windows 8.1
- Open the Control Panel.
- Click on Programs and select Programs and Features.
- Select Uninstall Program to find the list of apps you have installed on your computer.
- Find Driver Support One and click on it.
- Click Uninstall and then click Yes to confirm.
Remove Driver Support One on a Mac
- Open Finder.
- Find the Driver Support One app.
- Click on it, hold it and drag it to Trash.
- Click the Empty button in the Finder window.
Worth noting: After you uninstall the Driver Support app, it is highly recommended to scan your computer with a reliable anti-virus tool. Anti-malware software can help remove all traces of the program and detect any suspicious files on your device.
If you’re looking to protect your online privacy, make sure you get a premium VPN service.
How to Remove Driver Detective From My Computer
Uninstalling Driver Detective is the same as removing any other application on your computer.
Remove Driver Detective on Windows 10 and 11
- Press the Windows key and go to Add or Remove Programs in the Control Panel.
- Find the Driver Detective app and click on it.
- Click Uninstall. On Windows 11, click on the three dots to find the Uninstall button.
Remove Driver Detective on Windows 8.1 OS or lower
- Press the Window key and open the Control Panel.
- Go to Programs, select Features, and select Uninstall a program.
- Find Driver Detective and click on it.
- Click Uninstall/Change and follow the instructions to remove the program from your computer.
Remove Driver Detective on a Mac
- Click the Finder icon in the Dock.
- Search for the Driver Detective app.
- Hold and drag the app to Trash.
- Click the Empty button in the Finder window.
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Driver Support One is a program that detects driver updates for your system and archives driver configurations to help you keep your computer up to date. The tool does a good job of detecting some of the out-of-date drivers and it costs $9.99 per month to get access to everything it has to offer.
Is Driver Support One malware?
The legitimate Driver Support One app is not malware.
Is Driver Support One free?
You can download Driver Support One for free, but to unlock all of its features you'll have to subscribe to the service, which costs $9.99 per month.
How do I uninstall Driver Support One?
On Windows, you’ll need to find the Add or Remove section in the Control Panel and uninstall it from there. On a Mac, you can locate the app in Finder and drag and drop it in Trash.
How did Driver Support One get on my computer?
Driver Support One travels in software bundles. If you happen to install an app that comes with the Driver Support One app, it can end up on your computer.
Should I uninstall Driver Support One?
You can remove the Driver Support One app if you have no use of it.
What is Driver Support One used for?
Driver Support One is an app that detects out-of-date drivers to optimize your system’s performance.
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