Driver Fusion

Driver Fusion


not good


Video tutorial and screenshots

  • Main window
  • Main window
  • Main window
  • General Settings
  • Driver Family
  • Main Window
  • Drivers Scanning Window
  • Main window
  • General Settings

Editorial review


Margie Smeer Senior editor

The following review written by one of the Software Informer contributors applies to version 2.6
Driver Fusion is a feature-rich driver management solution created to help you easily perform various driver-related operations like install, uninstall, backup, restore, download, update, and fix drivers.

By updating the outdated drivers, fixing broken ones, or detecting and installing the missing ones, you can maintain your computer functioning smoothly and without errors, as the drivers are a very important part of any system’s performance level.

In my opinion, the best thing about this utility is its effective cloud-based removal engine that can thoroughly clean after uninstalled drivers and make sure that absolutely no files, registry entries, or other traces are left behind to mess up the installation of the new or the updating of the existing ones.

Anyway, as I mentioned for the previous versions of this otherwise handy tool, its interface could use a serious overhaul, as in its current form, it seems rather confusing and unintuitive. Another problem that I previously mentioned for the older versions of this tool, the fact that scan results were deleted every time I was accessing other areas of the interface, is unfortunately still there.

To sum it all up, this tool might be handy and powerful, but until it gets the interface refurbishing that I consider being so bad needed, I can only keep on delaying recommending it.


  • The cloud-powered removal engine that can delete the driver entries that are left behind by the normal uninstallers.
  • Can backup or restore the desktop icon layout.
  • Custom filters.


  • Unintuitive interface.
  • The scan results are reset every time a different function is accessed.

What's new in version 3.1

New features:
Windows - Driver Fusion is now fully compatible with Windows 10.
Localization - Added 5 new languages: Filipino (Philippines), Irish (Ireland), Sesotho sa Leboa (South Africa), Sinhalese (Sri Lanka), and Tajiki (Afghanistan and Tajikistan).
Driver family - Community suggested feature - Added a driver family for Rivet Networking, the company behind products such as the Killer E2200 and Killer E2400.
Driver family - Community suggested feature - The installed driver families option is now remembered. If you cancel while the installed driver families are loading, it will revert to all driver families.

Changed features:
[Premium] Device control & health check - Improved finding drivers, which increases the number of (outdated) drivers found on most systems.
[Premium] Device control - Improved the results and performance of device identifier.
[Premium] Monitor - Community suggested feature - Added support for the ITE IT8620E.
Interface - Community suggested feature - Most controls will now regain focus after it has been lost due to loading content.
Installer - The installer is now free from third party advertisements. You can read more about it here.

Resolved issues:
[Premium] Device control - Copying device or driver information to the clipboard could occasionally cause Driver Fusion to freeze or close unintentionally.
[Premium] Device control - Device overview could in some cases show unreadable device information.
[Premium] Device control - Unknown devices could in some cases be hidden from the user.
Health check - Outdated drivers could occasionally find the driver that was already installed.
Driver family - Deleting driver family entries could in some cases get stuck at 0%.
Interface - The verification dialog screen could occasionally focus on the wrong control.
Interface - The escape key did not always close the dialog screen.
Interface - The tab key could occasionally focus on controls behind the dialog screen.

Publisher's description

Driver Fusion allows you to manage device drivers in your Windows PC. You can download and install/uninstall drivers, and backup/restore them. With this application, you can disable, enable, and restart devices while Windows is running. With its cloud-powered removal engine you can delete the driver entries that are left behind by the normal uninstallers.
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