Not at all. Otherwise, you can remove the driver through the Driver Manager by hitting the Uninstall device option and checking the box that says 'Remove drivers/software'.
That's going to work too.
You should always be concerned and cautious of magical 3rd party utilities downloaded from these sites.
And, you should contact lenovo, as I suggested for assistance. You paid them for support. Make them earn it.
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Based on the screenshot provided, I noticed you are currently running graphics driver version 22.214.171.12499.
According to Lenovo™ website* this seems to be the latest Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) driver available for the Lenovo™ 81FV laptop. This would mean the laptop is running the most updated driver release from Lenovo. You may double-check using the following link:
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The graphics driver downloaded from downloadcenter.intel.com is generic. These graphics drivers are meant to be used for reference and testing, yet they do not have your system information in its ".inf" files (hence why they may not install at all on your Lenovo™ laptop).
Since the driver or software for your Intel component might have been changed or replaced by the computer manufacturer (Lenovo), we recommend using only the OEM driver so you don’t lose features or customizations specially if the system has dual graphics.
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