The Intel® Killer™ Control Center installers contain drivers for Intel® Killer™ Wireless Products, and Intel Killer Ethernet products. The Intel Killer Control Center can be installed on any system with one or more of these network adapters. The older versions of Killer products won't be supported by this software.
For Windows* OS: Before attempting a manual install, we recommend trying to install and update your drivers and software automatically using the Intel® Driver & Support Assistant tool. For Linux* OS: See Linux* Support for Intel® Wireless Adapters for more information about Linux drivers.
The first step in updating or installing the Intel Killer Control Center is to download the installer package.
You can find the latest Universal Windows Driver (UWD) for Killer Control Center, with the latest drivers, for all currently supported Killer Wireless and Ethernet products with current versions of Windows® 10 (1803+) on download center.
Once you have the appropriate installer downloaded, simply run the installer and follow the prompts to complete the installation of the Intel Killer Control Center and the latest device drivers for your Killer networking adapters.
If you are using Windows 10, and you are unsure which version you are running, you can find out by clicking Start, then typing winver and pressing Enter. A box will appear with information about Windows, including the version number.
If you encounter any problems installing or updating Intel Killer Control Center, click here for our clean install guide.
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