The company has been given a new laptop for work.
The laptop is Windows 10 only, but the OS that should be used for the job is Windows 7.
A problem has arisen here. If you use Windows 10, some programs don't work properly and you can't work.
Windows 7 is not available for installing the [UHD graphics 620] driver in the window, so it can not be connected to an external monitor.
There are some inconveniences because graphics drivers are not installed.
We know Intel's corresponding graphics card is recommended for use with Windows 10-64 bit only.
Is there a way to install graphics drivers in Windows 7?
Neither Intel nor Microsoft support Kabylake and beyond under Windows 7
You would have to modify INF and disable driver signatures at your own risk as described at
This still would not help against Microsoft's blocking though.