There is an issue with the previous version of our tool Intel® Driver Update Utility. Please uninstall and delete the previous version and install the newest version 188.8.131.52.
The latest graphics driver for HD 4400 is the following
Remember to run Windows® 10 update, the tool will check if there is any new driver missing.
I have same issue.
My Note PC has Intel Core i7 4650U and it should be Intel® HD Graphics 5000.
The newest version (184.108.40.206) of Intel® Driver Update Utility released on Jan-19-2016 detects it as (3rd Gen & BYT).
Mine is NOT 3rd Gen. It's 4th Gen.
currently I have driver version 220.127.116.1100 but NEWEST Utility is suggesting to install 18.104.22.168.4252 (10.18.10.4252).
I don't know what to believe...
Also the naming rule of Intel driver version is so complicated right now.
How can you compare which one is new?
22.214.171.12400 vs 126.96.36.199.4252 (10.18.10.4252)
I hope that Intel fixes Driver Update Utility asap and change Naming Rule for driver version more simple.
If you type in "Intel Graphics 5000" in downloadcenter.intel.com you can see a suggestion and if you click on that, you will be taken to a page where you can find the relevant downloads. The most recent one for our generation (the 4th gen) is this one: Download Intel® Graphics Driver for Windows® 10 [15.40][4th Gen]
I have it installed and I also get 188.8.131.5200 as driver version when I look in the device manager so I guess that's alright. Normally it's also the first number that counts in a version number.
It's really annoying that we can't trust the Intel Driver Update Utility I hope our complaints will be heard!
I regret any inconvenience caused. Intel® is still updating the data base of Intel® Update Utility.
It is possible update the driver with the following methods.
1) Type the version of the HD graphics in the Search Download box. Example: HD 4600
2) How to Manually Install an Intel® Graphics Driver
3) Using laptop manufacturer website. (Best option for laptops) Manufacturers usually customize our drivers.