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Intel Releases Video Driver Update Tool for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and Fedora 24

Intel has released the "Intel Graphics Update Tool" for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and Fedora 24, which allows users to use the latest versions of the company's video drivers with a few clicks.

Intel has released the "Intel Graphics Update Tool" for Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and Fedora 24, which allows users to use the latest versions of the company's video drivers with a few clicks.

Intel Graphics Update Tool

This is not a new tool, but it changed its name, before it was called "Intel Graphics Installer for Linux", but its functionality is the same. The tool basically allows the installation of the latest Intel video drivers on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS and Fedora 24, yes, officially the tool is only available for these distributions in .deb and .rpm packages. However, you can also download the installer files to install manually in other distros.

Tip: In Ubuntu, you can keep video drivers updated and optimized also through the Oibaf repository, I've been using it for years and it's very good too.

Intel Graphics Update Tool Download

To download very simple, just go to the site and choose the option that best suits your distribution.

Intel Linux Drivers

On Ubuntu and Fedora, install by double clicking, then you'll find the application in the system menu named "Intel Graphics Update Tool for Linux * OS", to check if new drivers can be installed, just run the application and follow the suggested steps:

Linux Driver

Download the button below:

See you next time!

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