I've been cleaning up my Windows 10 install a little, removing programs, cleaning the library etc. I came across a tool I installed to scan for out-of-date drivers. There's a ton of these, as I'm sure you know, and I don't really trust them. I was just curious to see what they'd find, so I installed one a few months ago. Before removing it, I let it scan the system one more time and it told me that the following drivers are out of date: Intel 100 Series/C230 Chipset Family SATA AHC... | Current Version: 03 June 2015 | Update: 26 July 2015 PCI standard host CPU bridge | Current Version: 21 June 2006 | Update: 25 June 2015 Is it worth updating these drivers and do you know where to get them from? I don't trust the tool to do it.