Install latest versions of Intel drivers for Linux
Intel Hardware Owners get a new driver management tool upgrade
Intel is one of the companies that is most concerned about Linux, and is always improving its drivers and components so that they are supported by the Linux kernel to the best of their ability. The Intel Graphics Installer for Linux (Ubuntu and Fedora especially) recently came up as a tool to install the latest version of the Intel video driver, and this tool has just gained an update for Ubuntu 13.04 and Fedora 18.
You can download the 32-bit or 64-bit .deb file from the link below, as well as Fedora versions.
For Ubuntu you can install using the Program Center, then just find it from the menu and run the program that will scan your hardware to find out exactly what your Intel card is, it will automatically add the repository and install the new driver. Finally, you will need to restart your computer for the update to take effect.
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