Well I have to disagree. Years ago we all got in the habit of being the first to update drivers the minute new ones became available.
But through all that we all began to realize a new driver should be something that handles an issue we have with hardware and if we have none, no need to worry as simply updating drivers because they are available really makes no sense and endangers good running systems.
In short "if it aint broke don't fix it" is the way most of us feel these days as we have all seen new video and audio drivers come through Windows Update and hose systems so for the newbie I think the best thing is fix when needed as they are the ones who will suffer the most trying to come back from failures that can easily happen.
The other thing I worry about is how those guys support themselves as most try real hard to load unsuspecting users up with useless bloatware they can make money on.