Intel has made available a new Wireless version compatible with several of its adapters, namely version 21.70.0, which adds general functional and security optimizations, and fixes a Windows stop error (BSOD) seen when resuming from hibernation.
Moreover, producer makes sure that the Bluetooth device won’t appear as Unknown USB Device in the Device Manager during ongoing file transfer via Bluetooth, and removes an insect that prevented the sound recording from working whenever a certain headset was connected via Bluetooth.
As for the available files, Intel has provided two executables for end-users (home users and business customers) running Windows 10 platforms, one for each 32- and 64-bit architectures, and 3 archives for advanced IT administrators running exactly the same Windows 10 platforms.
So far as installation goes, the process is very simple: just save the appropriate package ideal for your system configuration and bit variant, run it, and follow all instructions displayed for a complete and successful upgrade.
In addition to that, once the installation has finished, it might be a good idea to execute a reboot to be able to allow all changes to take effect properly. If this task isn’t requested automatically, make sure to carry it out manually.
Considering all aforementioned aspects, download Intel Wireless Bluetooth Driver 21.70.0, stick to the one that is valid for computer configuration, put it on, and also check our web site to bear in mind whenever a newer version can be obtained.