While they are tempting, we recommend that you don’t use driver-update utilities.
In general, we don’t recommend updating hardware drivers unless you have a reason to.
For other drivers, go straight to your hardware manufacturer’s website.
If you have a laptop or a prebuilt desktop PC, go to its manufacturer’s website and look up the driver-download page for your specific model of computer.
There are some good reasons to update drivers, though.
The good news is that you don’t have to do most of this.
Windows—especially Windows 10—automatically keeps your drivers reasonably up-to-date for you.
These often appear in your system tray, and you can usually find them with a quick Start menu search.
You could also just go straight to the source here.