Trying to install motherboard drivers

I'm installing drivers for a first time assembled pc. Under chipset there's 4 available downloads, but the bottom 2 just look like older versions of the 2 above them, the names are very similar. After realizing this, I think I was able to remove the "older versions" from files. But now I'm unsure if I have downloaded all the necessary drivers for the chipset, because from the downloaded files I haven't been able to install any kind of applications, I don't actually know if any even should, but it feels like it. Some Intel related installations did open, but I haven't found anything new actually installed, it even restarted the pc.
The motherboard is Asus Z170 PRO GAMING/AURA
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  1. Run windows update it will download all drivers u need, unless it already downloaded them.
    Only thing that important is Bios update from time to time.
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  2. How does that work when the drivers are from asus' website?
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  3. smpvrtn said:
    How does that work when the drivers are from asus' website?


    Unlike old windows generations, windows 10 will download all drivers automatically.
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  4. Makentox said:
    smpvrtn said:
    How does that work when the drivers are from asus' website?


    Unlike old windows generations, windows 10 will download all drivers automatically.
    Reply to smpvrtn
  5. Ah, so is it only normal for manufacturer to leave old drivers on the list when adding new versions? The two on the top were both updated on the same day I think, and quite recently.
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  6. Makentox said:
    smpvrtn said:
    How does that work when the drivers are from asus' website?


    Unlike old windows generations, windows 10 will download all drivers automatically.
    Reply to smpvrtn
  7. Hey does it matter If the drivers are located on a different drive than windows is? I have 2 ssd's and I try to install everything else that's possible to the second drive.
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