Drivers are needed for these Intel graphics cards to improve stability and performance as they work with the operating system.View full description Intel Graphics Driver is a catch-all name for a variety of drivers for an even bigger variety of graphics cards built right into the CPU that replace stand in for dedicated graphics cards (such as ATI or Nvidia) when those cards are non-functional or more commonly not a part of the computer at all.
Well, the time has come for you to move on because full XP support is no more, starting today. governments, for example, paid Microsoft a few million dollars to extend support for a year, The Guardian reported. Well, if any bugs are found after Tuesday, Microsoft won't be fixing them, though it will support antimalware signatures for XP through July 14, 2015. At its recent Build conference, Microsoft lowered the system requirements for Windows 8.1 so more machines can upgrade to the latest OS.In the end the truth is that Intel graphics cards are not top of the line and that you will rarely be able to play the latest games on them but they have improved over the years and can now run many popular free 3D games.Updating your Intel Graphics Driver takes a little effort but for wringing out a little more speed it's worth it.You can download the recommended Video Card Driver updates by clicking the "Download" button.Important: When prompted, click "save" to save the installer to your computer.With a database of over 11 million drivers, you can quickly identify every Video Card device driver made after 1994.