Posted May 10, 2012 – 7:07 pm in: Software
Good news to computer users who are testing Windows 8 on a computer with Intel HD Graphics. Intel, the world’s largest manufactures of microprocessors, has just released HD Graphics drivers for Microsoft’s newest version of Windows to help users test core features and capabilities of Windows 8.
Drivers are available to support for 2nd generation Intel Core processors with Intel HD Graphics 3000/2000 and Intel 3rd generation Intel Core processors with HD Graphics 4000/2500. According to a press release from Intel, these drivers support flicker free rotation, Microsoft DirectX 11, and native stereoscopic 3D.
Separate downloads are available for x86 and x64 versions of Windows 8. So, make sure you download the right version of the driver. We suggest create a system restore point before installing drivers just in case anything goes wrong during the driver installation.
If you are not sure what Intel processor or graphics you are using, please use Intel Processor Identification Utility or your can use the Windows display properties. Right-click on desktop, click Screen Resolution, and click Advanced settings. Here, you should see the graphics controller identifier in the Adapter Type section.
Interested users can visit below provided download link to download the driver. Please note that this driver doesn’t work on Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 operating systems. If you are using Microsoft keyboard or mice with Windows 8, don’t forget to install Device Center for Windows 8. It acts as keyboard and mice driver for Windows 8 and lets you customize and tweak keyboard or mice settings.
Download Intel HD Graphics Driver (32-bit)
Download Intel HD Graphics Driver (64-bit)Tags: Drivers, Windows 8
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