Intel has recently been trying to do something new and that is implementing into their graphics driver the ability to automatically configure the ideal game settings for a large variety of games. This aims to help low-end gamers who use integrated graphics to spend less time testing out all kinds of settings but it should also be useful to gamers with decent rigs as well.
Note that this feature is still in beta and a lot of room for improvements. Intel themselves have said that the functionality is limited as it is still in beta and not all games are supported. Some games that are supported include League of Legends, DOTA 2, Overwatch, Call of Duty WWII, Destiny 2, Grand Theft Auto V, World of Tanks, American Truck Simulator and Battlefield 1 and 4. With that said, Intel is also making this the launch driver for Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age HD and Age of Empires: Definitive Edition.
This new update also adds an icon to the graphics control panel that is meant to represent the gaming section. The graphics driver is compatible with 6th generation Core processors and newer but it also works with the upcoming 8th generation Core processors. Other than gaming benefits, the driver claims to improve performance in video encoding for all codecs and power saving optimizations during video playback.
The driver is now available for Windows 10 on Intel’s official download centre site.