Tutorial on Logitech Driver Website
Logitech is a manufacturer of computer hardware which specializes in external peripherals rather than internal components or full systems. Many of these devices are "plug and play," meaning no driver is required for their operation. Some peripherals may however require drivers, and even the hardware that doesn't may have accompanying software that enhances its usefulness in some way. Both of these types of software can be found at the same location on Logitech's website.
The name of the website we'll need to point our browser towards so that we can get a hold of this software is "www.logitech.com". This is the address for their homepage, a hub or portal to all of the various parts of the website, and on it you'll see a large image which usually displays a product showcase along with miscellaneous links and a navigational toolbar near the top. This toolbar actually doesn't contain any links that will move us closer to where we need to go, but if you take a look farther down towards the bottom of the page beneath the large image you'll see a blue button entitled "Get Support Now." It can be found under the "Support Center" heading, and clicking it will take you to a new page with a few drop down menus which afford you the option to search for the product page you need using a couple of different methods. For one of them you can search by choosing from a spread of product images, using photographs to visually identify the device you have. This can be useful for people who have lost the documentation for their peripheral or perhaps purchased it second hand, and some may simply prefer this option. The second option allows you choose from a list of model names. Using this option, you must first narrow down your query by category, allowing you to choose from a shorter list of devices.
Once you've correctly selected your product one way or another, you'll be taken to its very own support page, complete with links to documentation, downloadable software and of course drivers. To get one step closer to the driver file you need to download, select the blue button that is labeled as "Downloads." The page's content will change and you will be prompted to select your operating system from another drop-down menu. After successfully answering, a second menu will present itself, asking whether your system based on a 32-bit or 64-bit processor architecture. If you're not sure about this one, you're probably using a 32-bit system as the latter is generally more expensive. Should you download and attempt to install a driver for the wrong architecture, the installation process will fail and at this point you should download the other option for the correct driver.
A link to the driver's release notes will show up a bit farther down the page, and below that you'll find one last blue button labeled "Download Software." Read the release notes, and click the button to begin your download. You will be asked where you'd like to save the file on your hard drive; an easy place to find is on the "Desktop" or commonly used folder. When the download is finished, open a file browser and navigate to the folder containing your new drivers. The file will be a self-extracting installer program which does pretty much all of the work for you; just follow the on-screen prompts until the installer notifies you that it has been successfully completed. You will probably be asked if you wish to restart your computer so that the changes may take effect. If you are installing multiple drivers at once, you can restart once each one has finished its process rather than after each done. After the reboot, everything should be working fine!
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