As to updating drivers, "if it ain't broke"...don't fix it.. Drivers allow the computer hardware to function correctly with the operating system and software installed on it. Graphics cards have drivers.. So do the motherboard/chipset.. So does the audio card. If everything is working fine, then I see no reason to update the driver.
Unfortunately, such optimization programs and registry cleaners can cause more problems than they fix. We seen a number of problems with such programs on these forums.. Be careful about following the program's suggestions blindly.. Know EXACTLY what it's doing before jumping in with both feet.
Hope this helps.
I'm running XP Pro on an older computer. I use Advanced SystemCare and under 'utilities' found 'update drivers'. I've never heard of updating drivers, nor do I even know what a driver is?????
My question....is this a safe utility to use?