All editions of Windows (Including Windows 10) contains a driver cache of signed device drivers with “.inf” files stored in the system folders. If you want to export all installed Windows 10 Drivers for debugging or any other purposes, there is an easy way to do it. Read along to find out how.
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In case if you have missed it, I have already mentioned about where Windows 10 stores and updates its device drivers. Microsoft provides an inbuilt utility (DriverQuery) to list the set of drivers installed on your PC. You can either list them in command prompt or export them to a text or a CSV file. In this post, I am going to talk about How to see and Export All Installed Windows 10 Drivers.
Use the following query to list the drivers installed:
The above query gives you the driver name, type, and date. See the screenshot below:
If you find the name of the device driver associated with the display name, use the following command:
If you want to export this list to a CSV (comma separated) file, use the following command:
driverquery /V >driverlist.csv
I hope that was easy enough. Please use the comments section for any feedback or suggestions.
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