My recommendation :
Double Driver freeware for saving your drivers (can be helpful on an OS reinstall, especially the Ethernet driver and the screen driver.) Of course, if you have a good early image install, this is less likely to be needed, but it is simple enough to save your files to an external disk (best) and/or a cloud place.
Many companies are problematic, or have little tricks on the back-end.
Deceitful trick by Driver Magician developer. - March 7, 2009http://dottech.org/gotdreviews/5034
The Driver Genius product from Avanquest is simply not worth the money, and installing new drivers over working ones is always questionable. My view .. maybe worth $5 or $10 or so to some as a paid program. At least it probably does not have tricks, hopefully.
Maybe as an FYI you might use some program to see how outdated such-and-such is. Nothing automatic, always try to download from the manufacturer if you think it might actually make a difference, but don't rush to replace any functioning driver.
If someone has a recommended totally freeware, no-toolbar driver product that simply makes recommendations that you could think about installing from the manufacturers website, I would think about that for fun. Much like I run those programs that tell me about all the updates to my installed programs.