Intel DCH Graphics Driver 18.104.22.16836 is now available for Windows 10 1709 and later. The only major change in the new graphics driver is improved support for some games, in addition to regular BUG fixes. In the release note, Intel confirmed that the DCH v22.214.171.12436 release has resolved crashes or performance issues for games such as Infinity Law and Tomb Raider.
Another bug has also been fixed, and the problem is that a graphics exception can occur when you press the Alt-Tab shortcut for Windows 10. The update also includes bug fixes for internal embedded panels on certain configurations for the 10th generation Intel CPU and UHD graphics chips.
Intel is currently aware of the following known issues in this version:
A green artifact occurs when previewing compositions in Adobe After Effects.
Sony Catalyst Production Suite may crash.
Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege (Vulkan), Battlefield V (DX12), Fury 2 (Vulkan), Star Wars Battlefront 2 (DX12) and Tomb Raider Rise (DX12) have minor graphic anomalies.
The last Intel DCH-driven update was released in the last week of May, with official support for My World: Dungeon and other games. Intel also fixed a bug that caused the screen to flash for 1 to 3 seconds by adjusting the big screen for Netflix video playback in Microsoft Edge.
The latest driver updates are compatible with most hardware, from sixth-generation processors to new 10th-generation processors, and support for contemporaries Pentium, Celeron, and Xeon processors.
How to download the Intel DCH 126.96.36.19980 version:
Intel Graphics Driver Update
As always, you can download Intel’s drive updates using the Intel Driver and Support Assistant tool. It can also be downloaded in the .zip and .exe formats on Intel’s website.
Intel Graphics Command Center (Beta)
Earlier this month, Intel also introduced a new update to the Graphics Command Center in a test state, improving one-click performance optimization and screen flow capabilities.
The Capture and Stream feature will now allow you to save content to a local disk/stream, record/stream sound, and have a new collage mode that helps you merge multiple monitors into one desktop.
The update to the Intel Graphics Command Center is currently available to testers in the Microsoft Store.
Get Intel GCC via Windows 10 Game Bar
Windows 10’s Game Bar is also supported by the Intel Graphics Command Center in the latest beta update. To access Intel GCC during the game, open the game bar (Win Key s G) and add the Graphics Command Center (beta) from the new Parts Store.