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Download: Intel HD graphics Driver v24.20.100.6025

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Intel released their HD graphics Driver v24.20.100.6025. The new build is the Windows 10 April Update Launch Driver but also adds support for several games like Hearthstone: The Witchwood and adds f...

    Download: Intel HD graphics Driver v24.20.100.6025
     
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    Link broken for me!
     
  3. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Ah I see what I did there, gimme 30 minutes and that is fixed.
     
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  4. Fox2232

    Fox2232 Ancient Guru

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    If we had intel's rep here, I would ask:
    "Which iGPUs support Vulkan with this driver."
    "Does this driver support Bay/CherryTrail? If not, how many drivers for those were released in what course of time?"
     

  5. -Tj-

    -Tj- Ancient Guru

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    For haswell too?

    I really hate how intel all the sudden stops supporting older products.. be it irst or for igpu's.

    funny how no one ever mentions that, but if its AMD or Nvidia whole hell breaks loose.



    EDIT: yeah as I thought, only 6th gen+.. :rolleyes:

     
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  6. nick0323

    nick0323 Master Guru

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    Andddd still no driver from Microsoft for my Surface Pro 4! Lagging behind as always.
     
  7. Agent-A01

    Agent-A01 Ancient Guru

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    Surface pro is an i5 6300u, 6th gen iGP.

    So it's supported.
     
  8. nick0323

    nick0323 Master Guru

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    The driver is customised by Microsoft though. I'll need to wait for their version rather than install the this version. Whilst it may work, it will probably break something given how temperamental these Surface devices are.
     
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    Agent-A01 Ancient Guru

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    No more customized than HP, dell, etc.

    I always uninstall the 'custom' driver and install generic drivers.
     
  10. Yxskaft

    Yxskaft Maha Guru

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    I agree, but I guess it's because most people on these kind of forums just end up getting an AMD or Nvidia GPU for gaming instead.

    Intel does have some kind of legacy support for its older series though. There's a Win10 driver for Ivy Bridge dated January 2018, and one for Haswell dated May 2018.
     

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    It's really not. Installing iGPU driver for myself on Surface Pro 4 breaks Turbo, CPU runs at 2.5 GHz constantly, iGPU performance dies completely, Sleep doesn't work anymore, the whole thing hitches constantly and the GPU driver dies and restarts a lot.
     
  12. nick0323

    nick0323 Master Guru

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    Well I tried it and whilst it seemed smooth but Windows Update was quick to roll me back. I am stuck at the hands of M$.
     
  13. Agent-A01

    Agent-A01 Ancient Guru

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    Sounds like an isolated case, because I've never seen that.

    What you'll want to do is uninstall driver and delete the software; then disconnect internet.

    Before hand, you'll want to have downloaded shutup10 utility; you can disable automatic driver updates.
     
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    Overall I agree with your point, but the reason nobody mentions anything is because nobody really cares about Intel's GPUs. They're great for offices and media playback but not a whole lot else. Intel's GPU drivers tend to have pretty good performance and sufficient feature compliance by the time Intel drops support for them. Meanwhile for AMD and Nvidia, you went out of your way to spend a decent amount of money for a product, only to find that it never remains fully stable or compliant by the time support is dropped (though, Nvidia is tends to be better about this).

    Of course... you can always use Linux, where Intel and AMD GPUs are well maintained long after their windows support was dropped. As far as I'm aware, both have drivers with more features than the hardware was ever intended to support (such as OpenGL 4.4).
     

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    3-year old Skylake minimum. If Intel will keep this short-live driver support policy they hardly have any chance on dedicated graphics market.
     
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    Driver did not install. i3-8100. [Guru3D.com]-win64_154514-4590
     
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    hi question … no more intel graphics control panel on desktop right click menu? how am I supposed to adjust scaling on external display now? I found the gimped power / color settings disparately placed in the convoluted windows 10 display > HD color settings so i fixed the ugly brown colors, but can't find scaling … I don't like this. don't like that they broke my dedicated gpu's 3dvision capabilities by forcing it through intel display port hardware, and I don't like that they're now removing even basic scaling features. what's next? make my render gpu completely inaccessible even for 2d?

    ...remember if you 'roll back' don't roll back use the gimmicky new windows 10 'apps and features' to remove this or intel says it will cause you 'catastrophic system instability' (same with installing it you can't use 'have disk' method … they said you can only install it from the windows store where it's of course not even available... and they said this instability w/ legacy methods of installing/uninstalling is why they aren't providing a zip file yet the .exe is on their website … they also said they are adding per game settings kinda like GFE with this driver but i have yet to find that. oh intel ...)
     
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    heyhey all. cut and pasted this from another section ~ figured out how to access the new UWD 'intel graphics control panel' and got all my options back. have fun! :)

    in fact ~ yes! :) literally just now booted up this 'new' laptop and noticed that my colors are also washed out. then, I saw this post somehow appeared in my email (which affirmed my sanity, thank you for that) and I tried again and somehow figured it out lol. serendipitous! so thanks for reminding me :)

    here is how we can currently access the intel hd graphics control panel with the new UWD driver:

    right click your desktop and click 'display settings' > 'graphics settings' old school style. you could also just type 'graphics settings' in windows search now that we know what that window is called.

    in this window, before it would link directly to your right click intel hd graphics control panel. now, nothing appears and you have to enter options. under 'choose an app to set preference,' click 'universal app' (and not 'classic app' which you shouldn't even have installed but it will appear anyway even if you clean installed with DDU etc). THEN click 'browse' and you will find 'intel graphics control panel.' that item will now appear in your 'graphics settings' window. if you click on it on that screen, you'll get a whopping 3 options. 'system default' / 'power saver' / 'high performance' . . . let me know what it's set to by default please. i'm pretty sure it was on 'system default' but it might have been 'power saver' (just curious I forget). no matter what you pick here, it will say 'power saving gpu - intel' / 'high performance gpu - nvidia' at the top of that 'options'/'graphics' specifications window. currently it is a mystery to me weather this means it will prefer the integrated card in 3d applications or if it's just gimping it's power like every other piece of hardware does now … so that's why i'd like to know what it was at by default.

    ANYWAY ...lol... after you've done that, when you go to the windows store, you can now search for 'intel graphics control panel' and it will actually be there (I swear it definitely wasn't there when this driver first came out, or maybe it only appears after you set the UWD app in 'graphics settings' … either way windows store said it was already installed which was a lie so I clicked open from the windows store intel graphics control panel app page and it took an unusually long time to open. then it appeared at the top of my start menu like a freshly installed program *cringe* i mean …app... (it will still NOT bring you to the control panel from the the 'display' > 'graphics settings' window like it used to--even though it is the exact same icon and name... (SO DUMB) you HAVE TO ACCESS IT FROM THE START MENU NOW to be able to run the control panel at all … which looks exactly the same. now, FINALLY, you can change all that crap back to the way it's supposed to run. in the intel hd graphics control panel, click 'power' > max performance, max performance, disable, disable.

    you're not done yet ………………………………. because 3 different corporations have to have a hand in screwing up the power to your display. go back to the windows / destop right click 'display settings' window ~_~ sorry i'm tired. lol … make sure brightness is all the way up, night light off, click "windows HD color settings" > 'battery options' change it from 'battery life' to 'optimize for image quality' … now, nested inside that window (as if this weren't convoluted enough) is ANOTHER option called 'video playback settings' ………….. same options there change from batter life to quality.

    JFC. why are there 50 options to get a clear F#*@ing image and why is it harder than ever to access @_@ this should all be done with one button. not 15 in 10 different menus omg. lol

    p.s. remember to never use device manager 'have disk' method OR 'roll back' from the UWD app. you HAVE to install it from the windows store, and uninstall it from the new 'apps and features' window of UWD apps, or according to intel it could cause you 'catastrophic system instability' …….. Jesus Intel. the slogans are too real. 'sponsors of tomorrow' (just not the tomorrow you wanted) .. 'look inside' (or else you'll have no ability to function) lmao.
     
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