Intel has recently rolled out updated graphics drivers for
Windows 10 devices powered by its 6th, 7th, and 8th
generation, Pentium, Celeron and Xeon CPUs processors. The
update should improve the overall gaming performance on PCs
with Windows 10 Intel HD Graphics 500+.
Intel Graphics Drive Version 18.104.22.16829 for Windows 10 was
released on August 9 and it comes with the following changes:
- Playability improvements for World of Warcraft: Battle for
- Visual improvements on Dell High Dynamic Range (HDR)
- Security fixes and improvements
- Intermittent crashes or hangs may occur in Deus Ex: Mankind
Divided and World of Warcraft (DirectX 12 Version).
- Graphics anomalies may appear in World of Warcraft: Battle
According to the release notes, the update comes with
improvements for these processors:
- 8th Generation Intel Core processors, 7th Generation Intel
Core processors, 6th Generation Intel® Core and Intel Mobile
Xeon processors and related Pentium/Celeron.
“Prepare for war and declare your allegiance! This driver is
optimized and has playability improvements for World of
Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth* with Intel® UHD Graphics 620
or better,” the company said.
Intel says that the update can be downloaded from the company’s
new assistant app or you can download it manually from here.