A new version of the Intel Linux Graphics Installer is available to download.
The open-source utility offers an easy way to get the latest graphics and video drivers for supported Intel hardware in Ubuntu.
In version 1.0.6 the 2014Q2 graphics stack released at the end of June is made available to Ubuntu 14.04 LTS for the first time.
It brings better Bay Trail performance, power saving optimisations, and improves support for Intel Broadwell chips.
Running the latest available stack is the best way for Linux users to “…stay current with the latest enhancements, optimisations, and fixes,” say Intel.
The latest version of the Graphics Installer supports Ubuntu 14.04 LTS and Fedora 20. Ubuntu 13.10 users can continue to use the tool, but won’t be able to grab the most recent set of drivers.