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Driverquery is a command line tool in Windows operating systems that allows users to retrieve information about all installed drivers on their computer. It provides a convenient way to view detailed information such as driver name, version, date, and file details. By default, the tool displays driver information for all devices installed on the local machine. However, users can also specify specific parameters or filters to narrow down the results. The output can be presented in either a table format or exported to a file for further analysis. Driverquery is particularly useful for troubleshooting driver-related issues, identifying outdated drivers, or simply gaining insight into the drivers installed on a system. It is a powerful and efficient tool for managing and understanding the driver landscape of a Windows computer.

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