How to update Intel, Nvidia and AMD drivers

Intel, AMD and Nvidia have released new drivers compatible with Windows 11 22H2 update and users can download them from official sources.

Chipmakers Intel, AMD, and Nvidia have already released new drivers with support for the windows 11 22H2 update, and users can download them from official sources. Also known as ‘Sun Valley 2’, Windows 11 22H2 would be the first major update to Windows 11 since its release last year. The new build is currently available to Windows Insiders in the Beta and Dev channels and is expected to be widely released in late September. After the Sun Valley 2 update, Microsoft is also expected to release the Moment 1 and Moment 2 updates, the first of which will likely arrive in October.


The Sun Valley 2 update will reportedly bring several changes to Windows 11, including drag and drop on the taskbar, better Start menu customization options, a new Task Manager, and more. However, it won’t include highly sought after features like tabs in File Explorer or a new sidebar experience in File Explorer. Another feature that is also expected to be MIA at launch is suggested actions. All of these features are expected to be part of the first Windows 11 ‘Moment’ update.

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Major chipmakers Intel, AMD, and Nvidia have released new drivers to support the upcoming Windows 11 22H2 update. While older drivers should continue to work normally due to backwards compatibility, newer drivers should improve performance. and fix any annoying bugs for computers running the 22H2 update.

Intel, AMD and Nvidia drivers for Windows 11 22H2

Starting with Intel, the company recently released a new Wi-Fi driver version 22.160.0 with support for Windows 11 22H2, and users can download it from the company’s official website. The latest drivers are compatible with all versions of Windows 11 and Windows 10. To install, just go to the website, install the Driver and Support Assistant (iDSA) tool, run the software, and check for updates. Once the available updates appear, follow the instructions on the screen and install them on your computer. Nvidia has also released its ‘Game Ready’ and ‘Studio’ GPU drivers for its RTX and Quadro graphics cards, respectively. They can be downloaded from the Nvidia website or the official GeForce app.

Finally, AMD has also released its Ryzen chipset driver version with support for Windows 11 22H2. They are available for all Zen based processors including Ryzen, Athlon and Threadripper. To download drivers, go to the AMD driver download page and then choose the correct OS and product manually or download the AMD Driver Autodetect tool to download the correct driver automatically. Additionally, AMD has released the Adrenalin Edition 22.7.1 driver for its Radeon GPUs with support for the new update. Users can download it through the Radeon Settings app or the official website.

Source: Microsoft, Intel, Nvidia, AMD 1, 2

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