Having the same problem. Installed latest drivers. First checked my laptop specific 4400 drivers from dell. And then this generic driver from Intel. But all the new metro style apps are blurry. This may not be a problem with windows as when I try without drivers, they are rendered properly. P.S.: Driver 126.96.36.19979, 64-bit for Windows 10.
I had this exact same problem after the upgrade to windows 10. So, I decided to do a clean install, not from recovery in windows 10, but with the iso downloaded from the Microsoft website. Imaged my current windows 10 installation and proceeded to install windows 10 on a clean slate. The problem was solved.
Since I have a lot of programs installed, and didn't feel like reinstalling everything, I decided to recover my windows 10 upgrade and search for the problem. After some time, I decided to look in Control panel/Programs and features and low and behold, I see to instances of the intel drivers (normally we don't see the graphics drivers showing there). I uninstalled both instances of the graphic driver, restarted my computer and the problem was solved.
It's unfortunate that you still have this issue, according to the new driver release the graphics corruption on Metro app should have been fixed.
I would like to perform a research on your case, so please, go ahead fill out this form and post it on the same post(here), Default level information for reporting Graphics issues.
A lot of people have been having problems when upgrading to windows 10. I have a Lenovo laptop with Intel HD 4000 graphics which was having problems. I could not adjust the screen brightness above the minimum. The brightness setting could be changed, but the screen didn't actually get any brighter. I have fixed this issue for now.
After searching, I found a lot of people were having the same problem with their Intel graphics driver not being compatible with Windows 10. I downloaded the Intel Driver Update Utility and used it to download the latest graphics driver for Intel HD 4000 for 64 bit computers on Windows 10. THIS DID NOT SOLVE THE ISSUE. It seems the latest Intel graphics driver is not completely compatible with Windows 10.
I went to my devices screen and found my list of installed drivers. Under my display drivers is listed Intel(R) HD 4000 graphics driver. I left-clicked and clicked update driver. Then, I selected to manually select the update to install. From there, I selected the option to "choose driver update from a list" or something to that effect. A box showed listing Intel HD 4000 graphics driver and a default Windows graphics driver. I selected to install the windows default driver, the other option. After a short installation, my screen brightened. Perfect.
I don't know how this will affect my graphics capabilities, as I assume I have disabled the Intel driver in favor of the default windows one. However, I can now see my screen without having to squint from three inches away.
Hopefully, Intel will fix this problem with their driver soon, although, there were no listed incompatibility issues with the current update and Windows 10.
Having the same issue on my Surface Pro 3 with i5 4300U cpu 4400 HD graphics on windows 10. the problem isn't there when installing the Microsoft's Intel HD Graphics, it only happens with Intel's drivers, and I'm talking about all intel's drivers since january 2015... now I'm on 188.8.131.5285 driver and it's always here!! :/
Intel HD Graphics 4000 and Windows 10 & Windows 8.1 ( Brightness fix with latest driver)
Brightness Fix with Driver Date 8/17/2015 )
Brightness problem Solved
Intel HD Graphics 4000 with NVIDIA® GeForce® GT650M graphics.
Intel HD Graphics 4000 Driver, Driver Date: 8/17/2015
Driver Version: 10.18.10.4276
Make sure you backup your registry first before proceeding!!!!
open regedit in Run Command
Registry has wrong value:
Currently reads as :
"Edit DWORD 32 bit"= f000
Registry with New Value:
You needed to change the value in registry to: ( f008 )
"Edit DWORD 32 bit"= f008
Then Restart Computer
Brightness Fixed with Latest driver.
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