For a long time on the PC, there was a problem installing drivers for Intel integrated graphics. All this was connected with the computer manufacturer’s verification system. She blocked the ability to install official drivers from the site of the chip maker, offering outdated versions. This only concerned OEM systems.
As a result, PCs may not have received video driver updates for years, as manufacturers did not bother with support.
But Intel said it’s now in the past. From now on, drivers can be updated directly from the site of the chip maker, and not from the resources of manufacturers of finished computers. To do this, use the Graphics Driver Smart Installer Enhancement tool, which saves all settings in the process.
At the same time, the company said that this approach can cause problems on some devices in the form of a drop in performance and so on. If this happens, then you need to return to OEM drivers.