Intel has published a huge update for both its wireless driver and Graphics Command Center on Windows 10.
Intel released two driver updates for Windows 10 users in August and the first week of September, but both updates were pulled after users reported installation issues.
Yesterday, Intel released a new hotfix that will resolve installation issues and allow you to receive the latest update that includes fixes for plenty of problems in Windows 10.
Intel’s latest Wi-Fi driver version is 21.120.2 and update is specifically aimed at Windows 10 version 1809 and newer. According to Intel, installing this update will resolve Windows Blue Screen of Death errors users experienced with the wireless driver or when normally working on their computer.
What’s new in Intel Wi-Fi driver version 21.120.2
As we noted above, Intel’s September 14 driver update is huge and it comes with a long list of fixes. For instance, Intel claims it has resolved Blue Screen of Death errors encountered when the driver is running in the background and when you play online games.
Here’s the full changelog:
Intel also patched a bug that caused a fatal crash when using systems with Windows 10’s modern standby feature.
- Fixes BSOD when restarting Windows.
- Fixes BSOD when resuming Windows from sleep mode.
- Fixes an issue where the system may fail to reconnect to the Access Point.
- Fixes an issue where you may notice random network disconnection.
- Fixes an issue where your data transfer performance might be reduced.
- Fixes network disconnection when the system is sitting idle.
- Fixes network disconnection when watching videos.
Full article by Windows Latest here:Intel Graphics Command Center gets a huge update
Intel is also rolling out a big update to the Graphics Command Center. The latest version number is v1.100.2765 and it comes with the following new features:
Other changes include improvements for the games optimization process, sleep mode, notebook lid closing experience, Power Saving Technology, display colour persistence, scaling settings improvements, video responsiveness, and more.
- Combined desktop support for Iris Plus Graphics.
- Support for Primary display notification.
- App scaling improvements.
- Support for new games in the Optimized Profile tab.
- Support for HDCP indicator.
Intel has published a huge update for both its wireless driver and Graphics Command Center on Windows 10. Intel released two driver updates for Windows 10 users in August and the first week of September, but both updates were pulled after users reported installation issues. Yesterday, Intel...