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    Intel® Iris™, Iris™ Pro, and HD Graphics Beta Driver for Windows* 10


      Update 07/29:

      The Windows 10 production driver is available on Download Center using the link below.



      As Microsoft Windows 10 launch approaches, many users are looking for Beta graphics drivers that support Intel products on Windows 10. Unlike previous Windows releases, Intel is providing Beta drivers to Microsoft directly. The Intel drivers will be available to end users via Windows Update.  Many end users are accustomed to getting Beta drivers for pre-release Windows directly from Intel, so we’ve taken extra care to make sure the Windows Update process is as seamless and trouble-free as possible.

      When Windows 10 is released, Intel will be providing Win10 graphics drivers for supported Intel products directly on Intel® Download Center.   Until that time, please continue to update your Win10 drivers via Windows Update.


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      Detailed Description

      An Intel Graphics Beta driver for Windows*10 can be found in Windows Update. Please run Windows Update from within Windows or visit Microsoft’s Windows Update Web site.


      Windows Update is included in the Windows Control Panel. To check for updates within Windows, Click the Start button, click All Programs, and then click Windows Update.


      This download is valid for the product(s) listed below.

      This was incorrectly stated as supported. This driver does not support 2nd or 3rd Gen:


      For products that meet the Windows 10 Installation/Upgrade requirements though are missing from the above list:

      Intel will not be providing new Windows 10 specific Intel graphics drivers for products not listed above. You may be able to install Intel graphics drivers that were approved for your product with Windows 7 or 8.1 using compatibility mode.

      Please note that only the products above have been validated and approved by Intel for use with Windows 10. Intel products not found on the approved list have not been validated for use with Windows 10 and are used as-is with no Intel support for any graphics issues found. Intel advises upgrading to Intel approved Windows 10 products for the best user experience and support.


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