The Drivers directory holds driver files, typically with a .SYS extension. Device drivers allows Windows and applications to work with various hardware devices and communication protocals such as TCP/IP.
The DriverStore is a repository for driver packages managed by the Windows Driver Install Frameworks (DIFx). They use the driver store to store and retrieve driver packages. Drivers are not directly run from this directory.
The WinSxS directory holds Windows Side-by-Side DLLs. WinSxS allows multiple versions of the same DLL (code libraries) to exist on the same system. This ensures that every application will get the DLL version they were tested and designed for. The result is improved application and system stability. See details for full directory location.
There are no known security risks in using Brserid.sys assuming it has not been modified or replaced by virus or malware and it resides in the default directory. This file is installed as part of the Windows operating system.
files are required when running this program. These may call other files, and there can be additional required files not in this list.
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