Intel regularly delivers updates to Microsoft and these updates, by default, get automatically installed via Windows Update. I have seen situations, however, where the wrong driver or a buggy (at least for my particular hardware) driver version ends up getting identified as necessary and installed. Being a former (retired) Intel employee, I retain my paranoia. As a result, I disable driver updating via Windows Update and manually install the latest validated drivers for my platform. Yes, this requires checking what's available every once in a while but at least everything remains a known quantity.
P.S. Almost always, the BIOS that ships on a board is out of date. It is thus highly recommended (well, by me anyway) that, first thing, systems to be updated with the latest BIOS (providing the latest bug/compatibility/security fixes/updates)...