OH My... yet another third party driver tool to the rescue.
It's probably important to note that the best source of drivers for any PC Hardware is going to be the PC manufacturer, the Motherboard manufacturer, or the specific hardware device manufacturer and as an absolute last resort, Windows Update.
It's also important to note, that many of these manufacturer resources have not caught up their hardware device drivers to Windows 10 yet and if they haven't then there is no way in the world that any third party piece of junk software, is going to have anything better than the hardware manufacturer's latest offering.
If your hardware worked in your previous OS (Win 7 or 8.1) and seems to be problematic in Windows 10, then contacting the device manufacturer (email, website, trouble ticket) would be the first place to look for a practical and viable solution.
If you have an option to install the older driver in compatibility mode, that might also work.
I strongly recommend against using any third party general catch all, so called "driver tool". Typically you end up with something either wanting you to invest in their premium version ($$$) or wanting your email address so they can monetize their "tool", by selling your information.