DriverView

Display a list of all loaded drivers in your system

DriverView offers a simple way to see all the device drivers that are currently loaded on your system. Instead of browsing the system's components in Control Panel separately, which can take ages, you only need to run this little app and let it create a list with all the drivers on your system. View full description

PROS

  • No installation required
  • Extended information about each driver
  • Can create HTML reports

CONS

  • There's no direct option to create reports in other formats

Good
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DriverView offers a simple way to see all the device drivers that are currently loaded on your system. Instead of browsing the system's components in Control Panel separately, which can take ages, you only need to run this little app and let it create a list with all the drivers on your system.

DriverView doesn't require installation and displays the list right after launch. You can select the columns to be displayed and double click on any element to obtain more information about it.

The program can also generate HTML reports on a single driver or the complete list. But if you want to obtain this report in other formats, you'll have to select the whole list and then use the "Save selected items" option under the File menu.

The easiest, fastest way to see all the device drivers that are currently loaded on your system.

Changes

  • Added 'Beep On Drivers Change' option. (For using when 'Automatic Refresh' is turned on)

DriverView utility displays the list of all device drivers currently loaded on your system. For each driver in the list, additional useful information is displayed: load address of the driver, description, version, product name, company that created the driver, and more.

This utility is a standalone executable, so it doesn't require any installation process or additional DLLs. Just run the executable (driverview.exe) and start using it. There is only one exception: If you want to run this utility on Windows NT, you should download the 'psapi.dll', and copy it into the system32 folder.

The main window of DriverView utility displays the list of all loaded drivers on your system. You can select one or more drivers from the list, and then copy the details of these drivers to the clipboard, save them to text or HTML file, or watch them as HTML report in your browser.
In addition, you can change the order of the columns in the drivers table by dragging them to the desired position, or by using the 'Choose Columns' dialog-box.

DriverView

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DriverView 1.40