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Intel to launch new wireless driver update for Windows 10 with critical fixes

Intel to launch new wireless driver update for Windows 10 with critical fixes
The Siliconreview
02 March, 2021

Intel Corporation, an American multinational corporation, and technology company, in a recent announcement, has stated that it has now started to roll out new Bluetooth and WiFi drivers for Windows 10. These new devices will come with a series of bug fixes. Intel's wireless driver update has also been published, and it's now available on Intel's Support and Assistant Tool. This driver update also comes with a bug fixer.

The firm also stated that the bug fixer version for its wireless connection, especially for those users who rely on the 5 GHz networks, is crucial. Understanding the all-new wireless adapter installed in the computer is very important as it contains improved features. To determine the wireless adapter version, users should expand the branch for network updates from the resource file. Only then, the device is eligible for the update.

Intel has also fixed audio issues observed during Microsoft Teams calls. The firm has also resolved issues with Bluetooth mouse and driver security. These latest updates and fixes will be delivered to users via Windows update. Users can always use Intel's Driver & Support Assistant tool to install the recent version of updated software.