Intel now offers complete support for Windows 11 drivers

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The biggest chip giant on the planet? The fastest service! Intel has become the first company to offer complete support for all manner of drivers for the Windows 11 operating system.

As in, all the major hardware elements are now in sync.

Intel already updates its graphics drivers not too long ago with support for the new OS. And the company has now validated its wireless drivers to support Windows 11.

Both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are in on the action in this release that also improves the performance of your wireless connection. Alongside that, the latest driver also offers important bug fixes, including for audio quality issues that were being reported for Microsoft Teams.

This wireless driver update was published by Intel in the second week of August, and is now available via the Intel Support & Assistant Tool.

On August 11, Intel also published a new set of GPU drivers, both for Windows 10 and Windows 11 that fixed crashing problems observed in games like Doom Eternal, Chivalry II, Scarlet Nexus, Total War: Warhammer II, Horizon Zero Dawn, and The Witcher 3.

These also fixed the black screen issue when playing Warframe in DirectX 11 mode.

Another bug that causes screen flickering problems in Microsoft Edge has also been taken care of.

These driver updates are now rolling out via Windows Update on both the modern versions of the operating system. Alternatively, they can also be availed by installing the Intel Driver and Support Assistant (iDSA) tool from here.