Thank you for the feedback Intel is working on getting the drivers working on windows 10 you check for more information in the following post:
See post # 93.
the link he wanted to post was Default level information for reporting Graphics issues
the more information (screenshots or descriptions) the forum staff can add to the internal bug tracker the more likely it is your problem will be fixed sooner
there are other posts about problems with the new drivers on windows 10 Windows 10 problem with Intel graphics and Intel Conservative Morphological Anti-Aliasing caused dark text in Start Menu Windows 10
collecting debug logs is also helpful https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/hardware/ff551790%28v=vs.85%29.aspx and there are options in the registry to enable the debug log the driver creates at HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Video
Thanks for the clarification. I had seen your thread about anti-aliasing but not the screenshots. It's exactly my problem. In addition I can add that the same problem exists with remote desktop. So I'll send Esteban an update with my configuration and a screen shot of a remote desktop window.
I'm a little bit surprised, that this problem disappeared with version 4252 and again appeared on all later versions. This is no good news about the professionalism of Intel's driver development.
thanks to Zeqzy's hint I can confirm that the Windows 10 Start-Flyout can be solved by deactivating CMAA in the Intel Graphics 3D section. This is OK for me because I don't use 3D graphics intentionally. The reason for the problem is obviously that the Start-Flyout is frequently updated to allow animation. Consequently, another function, "Remote Desktop Access" shows the same blurring and color changes when CMAA is activated. So your developers should now have no problem to identify the bug in the driver and fix it. My setup is comparable with the information you Allen_intel has already received from Zeqzy.
The problems with the reset to VGA at startup is not addressed by this workaround. For this I'll post a new Thread when it persisted.
i have not seen driver 4252 there is a - NEW- Intel® Iris™, Iris™ Pro, and HD Graphics Driver update posted for Haswell and Broadwell version 220.127.116.1151
however any driver before the windows 10 beta driver will run in 8.1 compatibility mode preventing directx 12 being available
directx 12 has caused other problems 3dmark dx12 drawcall test causes graphical defects considering the first directx 12 game will soon be avalible this does not look good.
from the reports of this problem i have only seen gen 4 (gen 7 and 7.5 to the GPU driver) being affected
the earliest report of the problem is A problem with Intel Iris 5100, win10 running on MacBook Pro so a fix may be avalible in the next driver version.