You could use any of several free websites that offer to check for driver
updates. I've used DriverMax before and it seems to work as advertised. DriverMax - free driver updates
However, I would strongly caution you to NOT rely on any 3rd party software to determine if a driver needs to be replaced. I'd take their recommendations with a grain of salt and then go to the manufacturer's official website to download any needed drivers
. I'd also respectfully suggest that newer drivers aren't always needed or desired. If it ain't broke, don't fix it.
If you do decide to replace a driver or two, or all of them, make sure you create a system restore point just in case your computer gets borked. Even better, create a full system image.