There are many components that we are dealing with at this moment in Windows, all of them with their corresponding drivers. That is why being able to manage these in the best way is essential for the proper functioning of the equipment.
And is that sometimes this is not exactly an easy task, although third-party software can help us in all this. With everything and with it, the installation, uninstallation and update of drivers is possible in Windows 10 from the Device Manager. This is a section that has not changed much from previous versions of Windows, so users are very familiar.
Use Windows CMD to see all installed drivers
Of course, it may be the case that we need to see a complete list with the drivers installed on the same device. As you know, the Device Manager does not allow us to do this, its purpose is to allow us to manage the controllers one by one. Well, at this point it is important to know that this is something that we can achieve without using third-party applications.
In short, we could say that it all comes down to executing a command that we can use in the command prompt window. In this way, what we achieve is to easily obtain a complete list of the drivers installed on the computer. Therefore, the first thing we must do is access this specific section, the command prompt. There are several ways to do this, although one of the fastest is to type CMD in the box after using the Win + R key combination.
This will lead us to the command window that we referred to earlier, where we will be able to type the command that shows all the Windows 10 drivers. Thus, for this we will only have to write the driverquery command to display the list of corresponding drivers.
List all the drivers installed on the PC at once
In the beginning, if we only use this mentioned command, without any other parameters, we will be able to see all the drivers of the equipment listed. These will appear in the command prompt window that we have open, so we can move upwards through it.
On the other hand, in the event that we also want to view the driver file that is stored, we can use driverquery / v. Also, in the event that we want to see the signed drivers, we can easily list them in addition to many details, typing in this case driverquery / si.
We must also bear in mind that this is a fairly complete command and offers us several alternatives or modes of operation. Of course, all of them related to the drivers that over time we install on the Windows computer. If out of curiosity you want to know all the possible parameters that you can use here, we recommend typing driverquery / ?, functions that you can see in the screenshot attached to these lines.
Additionally, we can also use the msinfo command that shows us system information with a large number of details related to the equipment, including the installed drivers. Of course, this is an order that we directly execute in the search box of the Windows taskbar.