DO NOT, under any circumstances, do business with "Driver Manager". They want some guy in India to remotely control your system, rather than simply allowing you to update drivers on your own. And they also want to charge you $40.
For a driver? Really?
Oh, you can remove the app by going to control panel, and that does it. Except that it doesn't. You have to root it out yourself, which means that once you find its hooks, you have to do some coding of your own to actually get rid of the thing.