2020年03月27日

Download Intel's New 26.20.100.7985 HD Graphics Driver for Windows 10 64-bit

Intel makes available a new HD Graphics package directed at a number of its CPUs, namely version 26.20.100.7985 (DCH), which improves efficiency in Trials of Mana, Bleeding Edge, Rocket League, Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, Apex Legends Season 4, and Ori and also the Will from the Wisps.


Moreover, the 7985 build also provides bug fixes for Fortnite DirectX12 Update, resolves visual anomalies observed in Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order, and fixes blank out events seen while connecting 8k display via Type-C->DP.


Moreover, Intel manages to correct several issues regarding Movie & TV playback in portrait clone or full screen mode, resolve MPEG2 Encoding Issue on 10th gen Core CPUsm and implements other fixes as highlighted in the Release Notes below.


However, be aware that users may still experience minor graphics anomalies in Battlefield V (DX12) and Zombie Army 4: Dead War, or intermittent crashes as seen in Red Dead Redemption 2 (Vulkan), BeamNG.drive and while launching Sony Catalyst Production Suite.


In terms of compatibility, the downloadable archive would work just for the 64-bit architecture of Microsoft's Windows 10 operating system. Don't try installing this update on other OSes even when it could seem to work at first, because this can result in various malfunctions.


Therefore, if you wish to install build 7985, make certain this release supports your system configuration, save and run the accessible setup executable, and follow all instructions displayed on the screen for a complete upgrade.


Moreover, once finished, execute a system reboot to allow all changes to consider effect properly. If this task isn't requested automatically, it might be a good idea to carry on with it manually.


Having said that, download Intel Graphics Driver 26.20.100.7985 for Windows 10 DCH 64-bit, apply it on your system, and check back with us as often as possible to stay up to speed using the latest releases.

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2020年03月26日

How to Create Device Manager Shortcut on Desktop for simple Access

For quick and easy access, you may create the device manager desktop shortcut with only several clicks. Follow these simple steps to do so.


Every Windows system needs to have proper drivers to connect hardware to software and work properly. To manage all the hardware devices and their drivers, Windows has a neat little tool called Device Manager. From device manage, you can enable or disable connected devices, install, update, uninstall, or rollback driver updates, scan for new devices, and much more. Generally, there are several various ways you are able to open the Device Manager. Two of the most typical ways it's to look for it within the start menu or use the devmgmt.msc run command.


Though both the ways discussed above provide fast and simple access, you may also create a dedicated Device Manager desktop shortcut to make things easier still. Many of the useful if you're frequently accessing the unit Manager for whatever reason. For example, when dealing with network or display drivers, it may be tiresome to spread out Device Manager in traditional ways. So, within this quick tutorial, let me show you the way to produce a desktop shortcut for Device Manager in Windows.


Note: The steps detailed below can be followed in Windows 7 and Windows 8 too.


Steps to Create Device Manager Shortcut on Desktop (or wherever you want)


To produce the shortcut we need, we are going to use the Create Shortcut wizard. It is easy and quick.


1. To start off, right-click around the desktop and select "New → Shortcut" option. This can open the shortcut creation wizard.


2. In the wizard, copy the below path in the blank field. Click "Next" to continue. Alternatively, you may also click on the "Browse" button, find the devmgmt.msc in C:\Windows\System32 folder and click on "Open".


C:\Windows\System32\devmgmt.msc


3. Now, name the shortcut anything you want. With my case, I'm keeping it simple and calling the shortcut for which it's, "Device Manager". Click "Finish".


That's it. You are done. You've successfully created the device manager shortcut. Double-click on the newly created shortcut and the Device Manager will open, as it should.


Wrapping Up


Windows is a good example to seize the unit manager icon and apply it to the shortcut. This only denotes that you don't need to see the ugly default app icon or add some icon manually. When needed, you are able to move the shortcut anywhere you would like. For example, you can place it inside a separate drive or add it to a fast launch toolbar around the taskbar.


If you no more need the shortcut, simply delete the shortcut and you are all set.


As you can see, allowing the device manager shortcut is certainly not hard. Actually, it hardly took a few clicks. When you produce the shortcut, you can either keep it on the desktop or add it to the quick access toolbar on the taskbar.

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2020年03月25日

How to Change Computer Name in Windows 10

Recently, I wanted to convert my old PC to some media server to ensure that my family can access the media on their smartphones without actually downloading the information. While configuring the unit, I saw that Windows gave the machine a random name. Generally, this pretty good. However, when you have multiple PCs attached to the same network inside your home or office, it may be quite confusing to recognize a particular PC while using default names. Thankfully, Windows has multiple methods to alter the computer name. So, should you ever need, here's how you can change PC name in Windows 10.


Use Settings App to Change Windows 10 Computer Name


The brand new settings app in Windows 10 causes it to be really simple to change the pc name. All you have to do is find the appropriate option and enter a brand new name.


1. Open the Settings app by pressing the Win + I keyboard shortcut or by clicking on the "All Settings" button within the Notification Center.


2. In the Settings app, visit "System" after which to "About". This is when you will notice basic system details like your processor, Windows activation status, Windows 10 version, etc. Under the Device Specification section, click the "Rename this PC" button.


3. The above mentioned action will open a prompt. Here, enter in the new computer name and click on the "Next" button. With my case, the new computer name will be "MediaPC".


4. To make the changes work, you have to restart the body. So, click on the "Restart Now" button.


After restarting, go to the same settings page and you should begin to see the updated computer name alongside "Device name" under the Device Specifications section.


Control Panel Options to Modify Computer Name in Windows 10


If you are on older Windows version like 7 or 8 you'll be able to use the traditional user interface to change the computer name. Just follow the below steps out of the box and you'll be good.


1. To open the control panel, look for it within the start menu and then click it.


2. When the control panel continues to be opened, choose the "Large icons" option in the dropdown menu next to "View by".


3. Next, discover the "System" option and click on it.


4. Here in this window, you will find all the basic details like system configuration, Windows activation status, etc. Since you want to alter the computer name, click on the "Change settings" link.


5. The above action will open the machine properties window. Here, click the "Change" button.


6. Enter a new name underneath the Computer Name field and click on the "Ok" button.


7. You will notice an alert prompt stating that you have to restart the pc to make the changes take effect. Click the "Ok" button to continue.


8. Within this prompt, click on the "Restart" button to reboot the machine.


After rebooting, follow the first three steps and you should begin to see the new name near the "Computer Name" in the System window.


Command Prompt Command to Change Computer Name


If needed, you can use a single line command to change the computer name in Windows.


1. Look for "cmd" in the start menu, right-click and choose "Run as administrator".


2. Before you alter the system name, you should know its current name. To do that, execute the below command and the command prompt will spit out the current PC name.


hostname


3. Once you have the name, execute the below command while replacing CurrentPCName using the current name you've seen earlier and NewPCName using the actual new name. In my case, the brand new computer name is "MediaPC". When the command is successfully executed, you will notice the "Method Execution Successful" output.


WMIC computersystem where caption="CurrentPCName" rename "NewPCName"


4. Now, reboot the machine and execute the hostname command to determine the changed computer name.


That is all for that command prompt method.


PowerShell Command to Change Windows 10 Computer Name


Just like with the command prompt, you can also use PowerShell commands to quickly change the computer name in Windows 10. Actually, in comparison to the command prompt, PowerShell command looks easy to remember.


1. First, we have to open PowerShell with admin rights. So, look for PowerShell within the start menu, right-click on it and choose "Run as administrator". If you wish to, you can also click on the "Run as administrator" option appearing within the options panel within the start menu.


2. Within the PowerShell, execute the below command to find out the current computer name. Just like before, we're going the present name in the upcoming command.


HostName


3. Now, execute the below command while replacing CurrentComputerName using the actual current name and NewComputerName with the new name. In my case, the brand new computer name is "MediaPC".


Rename-Computer -ComputerName "CurrentComputerName" -NewName "NewComputerName"


4. Once you execute the command, the PowerShell window will show an alert suggesting that the computer name will be changed after restarting the machine


5. So, go ahead and restart the system. After restarting, execute the hostname command within the PowerShell window and you should begin to see the new computer name.


That's all. As you can see, changing the computer name in Windows 10 isn't very difficult using PowerShell or command prompt command or perhaps the traditional settings or control panel apps.

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