Microsoft uses other version numbers than Intel as described at Understanding the Intel® Graphics Driver Version Number
Actually the driver is there, but only for Lenovo rigs
From my understanding the drivers that appear at Windows update are a result of a collaboration of hardware vendors with Microsoft.
Yes, I realize that the driver versioning scheme differs between Intel and Microsoft. But since we are on the Intel forum, I used the Intel versioning scheme.
So, 10.18.10.4425 is there for everyone it seems, see:
Whereas 10.18.10.4653 is only there for some Lenovo devices according to what you said (I guess you are referring to the PCI IDs?), see:
But why is that?
Why can't the new version be made available for everyone as well, so that every HD 4000 user would automatically get the update via Windows Update?
Apparently it's necessary to run the new version for Miracast to work, see: HD4000 driver not supporting Miracast on Windows 10?
So, why not push the new version to Windows Update?
Is there nothing Intel can do about this?
Can someone please have a look at it?