How do I add the Intel graphics console to t context menu in Windows 10? recent drivers do not have this feature. Although the Intel Graphics Experience can be added to the Windows Store, but Windows 10 Enterprise does not have a Store or App Installation, is there any other way to add the functionality of the graphical console?
Thank you for your reply, the attachment is my computer information.
At present, most of our companies use HP computers, but most of the drivers we like to use the latest version of the official, non-OEM manufacturers provide drivers.
Install the graphics card driver provided by the OEM, right-click menu has display the Intel graphics console, but the Intel official driver does not display the Intel graphics console.
The operating system we use will have Windows 10 Pro and Windows 10 LTSC
I would like to apologize for the late reply.
Let me explain to you that in compliance with Microsoft's new Universal Windows Platform (UWP) our DHC graphics driver won't be bundled with neither the Intel® Graphics Control Panel nor the Intel® Graphics Command Center. UWP requires that all applications used by a driver be a part of Microsoft Store. You can find more information about UWP here
Currently our latest DCH drivers are programmed so once successfully installed it should automatically download and install the Intel Graphics Command Center from the Windows Store (this is without the need of any user intervention). I would like to confirm that neither the Intel Graphics Control Panel nor the Intel Graphics Command Center would be showing up in the right-click contextual menu anymore, instead they can be launched from Windows > Start menu or in most cases with hot-keys (e.g. CTRL+ALT+F12).
At Intel we're still exploring options for users of Windows 10 LTSC/LTSB (since this OS doesn't have Windows Store) just in case the DCH driver fails to automatically download and install the application from Windows Store, but I believe one valid path would be for you to check directly with Microsoft for alternatives to this potential limitation in their UWP current implementation.
If we have an update on our internal investigation I'll be sure to post it here.