I think your Assistant aught to let me choose between Realtek and normal Microsoft audio, which does not annoy or require tedious divings to lower levels.
First of all, just because you are not using it doesn't mean that other people aren't. To many people, RealTek Audio is a crucial part of their overall solution.
Secondly, RealTek Audio will only cause problems, such as what you described, if you do something to cause it -- like setting a default audio device, which effectively blocks Intel Display Audio from activating support for a newly-enumerated display device that (also) supports audio output.
Bottom line, no, this won't be happening.
P.S. While I am at it, watch your language. I suggest that you re-read the /docs/DOC-111979 Intel Communities House Rules. This will be your only warning. Repeat this behaviour and your account will be suspended.