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Purpose

The Intel® Driver & Support Assistant enables you to scan computing devices for the latest drivers available from Intel. This tool has the main interface hosted on Intel’s support website and provides a more integrated support experience to users. It has an enhanced detection engine to ensure that customers are given complete and accurate information and a scan frequency option to change from a “run-once” tool to a persistent experience that can provide customers with driver updates more quickly.

Products supported: Graphics drivers, wireless networking, Intel® SSDs, Intel® NUCs, and Intel® Compute Sticks

Issues with upgrading Intel® Driver & Support Assistant to a newer version? Please try our Uninstaller.

Required to install and use utility

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  • A broadband Internet connection is required to use this utility.
  • Operating system requirements for installation: This application installs on Windows 7*, Windows 8*, Windows 8.1*, and Windows® 10.
  • We recommend performing a Windows* update to bring your operating system up to date with the latest .NET.
  • This application does not support Internet Explorer* browser. We recommend using Chrome*, Firefox*, or Edge* (version 44.17763/18.17763 or newer) browsers.

Instructions for launching

  1. Uninstall any previous versions (optional).
  2. Download and save locally on your device.
  3. Double-click Intel® Driver & Support Assistant Installer.exe file.
  4. Read and agree to the license terms and conditions
  5. Select Install.
  6. Click Launch button; the tray icon will start and automatically opens default browser

What's new in version 21.1.5.2?

  • Bug fixes for endless scanning issues
  • Improved screen reader compatibility of Installer
  • Improved network resiliency
  • UI improvements
  • General bug fixes and improvements

What's in previous version 20.11.50.9?

  • Improved support for Intel® SSD software
  • UI improvements
  • General bug fixes and improvements

Languages supported: Chinese, English, French, German, Japanese, Italian, Korean, Portuguese (Brazilian), Russian, Spanish, Thai, Vietnamese, Indonesian, Polish and Turkish.

Related topic

Playing a golf hole successfully starts with a well-executed tee shot. But ensuring success off the tee isn’t as simple as hitting a 300-yard drive in the fairway. It starts with a fundamentally-sound alignment, grip and stance. When playing a dogleg, a golfer may have to play a slight draw or fade shot, which makes understanding the proper stance critical to hitting a driver successfully.

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Feet

When using a driver, setting your feet properly is the first step to a correct stance. Approach the ball and stand with your feet about shoulder width apart and your body weight evenly distributed on each foot. Align your body to play the ball off the heel of your left foot (right-handers) or the heel of your left foot (left-handers). This will ensure the ball is hit slightly on the upswing, providing more distance and helping the ball get airborne. Practice this alignment on the driving range; moving the ball an inch or two forward or back in the stance can greatly change the results.

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Grip

Hold the driver with a relaxed grip.

A relaxed grip lets the club turn over easily in your hands. If you hold a driver with a strong grip, it generally means you are trying to swing too hard, which can cost distance and accuracy off the tee.

Alignment

It is important to be aligned “square” to the target.

This means the feet and shoulders are parallel to the target line. To check your alignment, place a golf club on the ground along your toes. Leave the club on the ground and walk behind the ball to check that you are aimed correctly.

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Draw

If a right-handed golfer is playing a hole that doglegs to the left, a draw may be necessary.

To set up for a draw, stand with your feet slightly wider than normal and play the ball back slightly in your stance.

Align your body as though you are hitting slightly to the right of the target and swing along your body line. Reverse these instructions if you are a left-hander.

Fade

If a right-handed golfer plays a hole that doglegs right, he may need to hit a fade. To align for a fade, take your normal stance, but aim slightly left of the target.

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Practicing this alignment on the driving range is important in finding the correct angle for your golf swing.

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After aligning your feet, aim your club directly at the target and take your normal swing. This should cause the ball to fade.