RECOMMENDED: Microsoft has learnt over the years that many of the common Windows errors and issues are due to out-dated drivers. Since most users never attempt to download and install latest drivers, Microsoft has automated the job of updating popular hardware drivers in Windows 10. Unlike previous Windows versions, the new via Windows Update and tries to keep installed drivers up-to-date. While this is an excellent move by Microsoft considering that most users never bother to manually update drivers which are essential for optimal performance, at times, new drivers do come with their own share of problems. At times, after updating a driver, your hardware might not function as it is supposed to. For instance, your touch pad might stop responding after installing the latest driver via or manual method. If you’re experiencing issues after installing a newer version of a specific driver, you can always roll back to the previous version of the driver with a few clicks without having to manually download the previous version of the driver.
Roll back to previous version of a driver Complete the given below directions to restore or roll back to the previous version of a driver in Windows 10, Windows 8.1 and Windows 7. Method 1 of 2 Step 1: Type Device Manager in Start menu search box and hit Enter key to open Device Manager window. Alternatively, you can type devmgmt.msc in Start menu search box or Run command box and then press Enter key to open the same. 4ch Usb Dvr Driver Windows 10 here.