Many Windows 10 users have reported that after updating their computer to Windows 10, their TP-LINK devices are no longer working properly. Like most Windows operating systems, Windows 10 needs drivers that have been designed and developed specifically for it.
After upgrading to Windows 10, some users report that their computer fails to detect their TP-LINK printer, or that their TP-LINK printer is not working. Some have reported issues with their TP-LINK video card, graphics card and network connectivity. Others have seen generic messages such as Windows 10 cannot load the drivers or they are experiencing problems connecting to WiFi or the internet.
The problem is that all connected devices, including TP-LINK devices, need updated drivers to work properly under Windows 10. If you have recently updated to Windows 10, or your new Windows 10 computer, laptop or notebook fails to recognize your old devices, you also need to update all TP-LINK drivers in order to fix these problems on Windows 10 which relate to your TP-LINK hardware.
On Windows 10, not all TP-LINK drivers and updates are available through the built-in Windows Update feature. That's why it is important to check the TP-LINK website for drivers or to use DriverGuide to keep up with the latest drivers for your devices.
Below is a list of the latest and most popular Windows 10 TP-LINK driver downloads. DriverGuide maintains an archive of TP-LINK Windows 10 drivers available for free download. We employ a team of techs from around the world to add hundreds of new drivers to our archive every day, including many of the Windows 10 TP-LINK drivers below. Finding the correct driver for your Windows 10 TP-LINK hardware has never been easier.