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How to get rid of unused device drivers in Windows

Device
ManagerWhen you get rid of a device, sometimes its drivers stick around to haunt you, taking up memory and doing not much good. Windows doesn't help the situation, because it hides those missing devices in the Device Manager. TechRepublic has a handy how-to on removing those unnecessary device drivers. Definitely worth a shot if you've been swapping devices around lately.

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Tags: device drivers, DeviceDrivers, optimize, windows

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