In compliance with Microsoft® new Universal Windows Platform (UWP), Intel has stopped bundling the Intel® Graphics Command Center and the Intel® Graphics Control Panel with DCH Graphics Drivers.
UWP requires that all driver-dependent applications be made available only through the Microsoft Store. Find more information about UWP.
After your Intel DCH Graphics Drivers are successfully installed, they are programmed to automatically download and install the Intel® Graphics Command Center from the Windows Store if an Internet connection is available (this is done without the need of any user intervention).
Windows® 10 Long-Term Servicing Channel (LTSC) users may face challenges since access to the Microsoft Store may be limited. The following information can offer solutions depending on the LTSC edition:
Windows 10® IOT Core LTSC:
Microsoft has a service called Device Update Center. This service provides OS, app, and driver updates according to the customer's configurations. Explore the following Microsoft pages for more information:
- IoT Core Service: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/manufacture/iot/iotcoreservicesoverview
- Device Update Center: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/service/iot/using-device-update-center
Windows 10 Enterprise or IoT Enterprise LTSC:
Microsoft’s current recommendation is to use a Device Management solution until Device Update Center is made available by Microsoft.
Intel recommends consulting directly with Microsoft for further information on these solutions.
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