See How to Roll Back a Driver for instructions in all versions of Windows.Finally, if you decide you need some more personal help, see Get More Help for information about contacting me on social networks or via email, posting on tech support forums, and more.This update resolves an issue related to an incorrect version number, plus adds support for a few new devices.Tip: If you're not experiencing any issues with your hardware then this update probably isn't necessary, though I've rarely seen Intel chipset driver updates cause any problems.Ubuntu* 16.04 users must install the gdebi tool which will enable them to successfully run the Update Tool.See the following link for detailed instructions: Running the Update Tool using gdebi WARNING: Attempting to "force" package upgrades may break your OS installation, requiring a re-install or other time-intensive remedies (requiring a high level of expertise). The latest version of mplayer-vaapi has a known issue when playing back VA-API video streams.
End-users have identified issues when using the update tool in a proxied environment.
The Intel® Graphics Update Tool for Linux* OS (formerly known as the Intel® Graphics Installer for Linux*) was renamed starting from version 2.0.2, in order to more accurately reflect the purpose of the tool.
Linux distributions already include by default an Intel® graphics driver, without needing any extra installation.
Version 2.0.2 of the update tool is targeted specifically at both Ubuntu* 16.04 and Fedora* 24.
Earlier revisions for those Linux distributions are now deprecated and are no longer being supported by the update tool.