On my old ever faithful NUC5i5RYH when I right clicked on the Windows desktop one of the items in the menu was Display Settings, which took me to the Windows bit. Also in the same menu appeared Graphics Options, which took me to the Intel bit. So far so good.
On my new NUC8i7BEH I have the former but the latter does not appear. I have checked in Device Manager to see that the Intel Iris Plus Graphics 655 is shown in the Display Adaptor and the Intel DSA tells me I am using the latest driver. I have updated the BIOS to 0071 using the Windows Express method (thank you, Intel, for bringing that back) so my question is, why do I now not have the option to fiddle with the graphics and display settings using the Intel bit?
Thank you, Leon, for your response.
Your item 1 drew a blank but I did successfully install the driver from your link without needing to do anything from item 3. The new driver is confirmed in the Device Manager.
However, when I right click in the desktop I again do not see the Intel Graphics option and in the Start Menu under Intel I still only have the DSA and Intel(R) PROSet Adapter Configuration Utility listed.
The Intel Graphics Control Center is replaced by Intel Graphics Command Center in the Start Menu (see the attached image)
Again, thank you for your reply. The item you show in the image does not appear in my Start Menu. Can it be downloaded? Or is it somewhere on my system waiting to be enabled?
Looking forward to your reply.