Microsoft recently launched the Windows Mixed Reality platform with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. Intel has now finally released new drivers to enable the support for Windows Mixed Reality on even more Windows 10 devices. Intel Graphics Driver 15.60 is now available for select Windows 10 laptops and the driver not only enables Windows Mixed Reality support but also added support for HDR10.
Intel Graphics Driver 15.60 meets the supported version of the WDDM in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. Intel has officially announced the availability of Netflix HDR and YouTube HDR on PCs with Intel Graphics. Once you have installed the drivers, you can enjoy the HDR playback and streaming on with Intel UHD Graphics 620 and Intel HD Graphics 620.
On Windows 10, with 7th Gen Intel® Core™ i5 processor and graphics, you can experience the Fall Creators Update’s Windows Mixed Reality feature, it lets you travel top destinations and get inside the popular games without leaving your home. You will, however, need to have a compatible PC and Mixed Reality headset.
Apart from the support for Windows Mixed Reality, Intel WDDM 2.3 driver comes with general security, performance and bug fixes. The company has also enabled the support for Wide Color Gamut, allowing you to playback the video in DirectX 12.
Intel’s new graphics driver are now available for download on the company’s website. You can use Intel Driver & Support Assistant to install the new drivers, alternatively, you can download the drivers from the below link.