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Did you read about Driver Magician v.3.5 the other day ?

Competition now ended. Thank you for all contributions

Driver Magician offers a professional solution for device drivers backup, restoration, update and removal in Windows operating system.

I am very pleased to announce that Michael Lee, developer of Driver Magician has kindly offered us 10 licenses to give away to you, our faithful readers. This is a prorgam you really should own a copy of, so read on to see how to win !


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How to Enter

Submit your answer to the following request to: with “Driver Magician” as the Topic. Send it to us no later than wednesday, June 9.

What feature(s) would you like to see in future releases of Driver Magician ?


As usual the only rule, is to submit your answer within the deadline.

Good Luck!

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Computer geek from the age of 7, which amounts to 30 years of computer experience. From the early days (when every computer company had their own OS) of DOS, Windows 1.0 through Seven...

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5 thoughts on “[Expired] Competition! 10 licenses of Driver magician 3.5”

  1. Bionic says:

    I've sent some suggestions Thomas, not much meat perhaps,
    but.. has this program yet failed anyone?

    Thanks for donating Michael, it is a pleasant program.


  2. Jordan says:

    thanks for this wonder-full option I hope I win this time ! Thanks in advance!

  3. Art Clarke says:

    Thanks for hosting this giveaway. I'd really like to have a copy of Driver Magician. Please enter me in the contest.
    I like the function and options, overall.
    One thing I would like to see in the next version is the ability to sort drivers by column on the main screen. You can select Microsoft and non-Microsoft drivers, but sorting by provider doesn't seem to be available. Column titles include: Driver Description, Class, Version, Date and Provider. I would like to be able to sort (and maybe save) by these attributes, particularly Provider and date. The buttons seem to respond, but no action occurs.

  4. Michael says:

    It's a great software. I sent a mail, one minute ago.
    I hope I win. Good luck to everyone.
    Best regards

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