Windows 10 and Windows 11 users can download driver updates for Intel CPUs. Different generations of CPUs and some games benefit from this.
Intel: Driver update fixes issues with Windows 10 and Windows 11
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Intel has released new drivers for Windows 10 and Windows 11 with version 220.127.116.111. The
BetaNews, an American IT news website. The new drivers are intended to eliminate performance issues that arose in Windows 10 and Windows 11 in relation to the desktop Windows manager.
Because users of two Windows operating system generations reported that the desktop Windows manager (DMW.exe) would lead to a higher system load. DMW.exe required more CPU time and occupied more RAM than was actually required. This significantly slows down infected Windows computers. This issue should be addressed with newer Intel drivers for Intel processors, including 6th and 10th generation processors from 18.104.22.1681.
In addition, the new drivers solve other problems, as can be seen from Changelo. For example, “Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary” games should benefit from 11th generation Intel Core CPUs and computers with Intel Iris X graphics. In addition, crashes or crashes on Battlefield 2042 (DX12) and FIFA 21 (DX12) associated with 11th-generation Intel Core processors with Intel Iris Xe graphics should be a thing of the past. The shadow driver of the Tomb Rider should benefit from the update.
You can get new ones
Download the Intel drivers for Windows 10 and Windows 11 here as the executable EXE file.
Release notes can also be found on this website.
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