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My PC is bought 2010 so it is 9 years old. Installed is Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 7 Home Premium. I am aware thar it has to be updated. I have received messages from WinZip Driver Updater, they want to update my "drivrutiner" and it will cost SEK 356/year. I am at a loss what to do.

I suppose that my old Explorer 11 should be updated? Or can I continue with it?

Regarding updating the "drivrutiner" can that be done online without paying for it?

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@wan066 

 

Sorry, I've no idea what is it and Google gives me some links in other language which I don't know

 

   https://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drivrutin

   https://support.microsoft.com/sv-se/help/4028443/windows-10-update-drivers

 

I think this must be specific on your country, not HP. Please read and make decision yourself.

 

Regards.

BH
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@wan066 

WinZIP Driver Updater is legitimate software but you don't need to pay them to update Microsoft software -- you can get that for free.

 

Also, Win7 drivers aren't really being updated anymore -- so, if you're paying a service to get updates, IMHO, you're wasting your money.

 

I would ignore the popups you are getting, and if there is no way to turn them off, then you should look into installing the Driver Updater software, as it is nagging you for no good reason.



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