Close the Apps & features window, and then launch the installer again. Check the driver you would like to install and click Download & install. This will try to find any available updates for the device. Use the Win + X keyboard shortcut and click on Device Manager.
Now, wait and let the Windows finish searches for the new updates. If any updates are available then Windows will install them. Reliable and official sources are always considered to install the latest drivers.
However, if the device’s driver isn’t in the library, you’ll have to install it manually. Otherwise, Windows will install a generic driver, which won’t perform very well. Navigate to the folder with the downloaded drivers, make sure Include subfolders is ticked, and press OK.
Connect a printer and the automatically provided drives won’t include the printer’s control panel. Plug in a wireless mouse and it will work immediately, but you’ll need the manufacturer’s control panel if you want to view the mouse’s battery level or customize what the buttons do. However, you may not always want these hardware utilities. Drivers are integrated into Windows itself, which is why the latest versions of Windows will provide the best out-of-the-box hardware support on newer hardware. If you installed Windows 8.1 on that same PC, everything might work out of the box because Windows 8.1 come with more modern drivers.
To find your printer driver settings, open the Devices menu. This window lists all printers installed on your computer. Then, select the driver that matches your operating system. Alternatively, you can open the Windows Update Catalog and find the driver that meets your needs. Unless your computer keyboard contains special keys, your keyboard should not require any drivers and should be set up by the operating system. Right click the device and choose “Update Driver” option.