While Intel® Driver & Support Assistant (Intel® DSA) can detect and offer upgrades for many of the drivers and software that are available on Download Center, you may have an Intel product that isn’t supported by this tool. Before you use Intel® DSA, refer to this page to ensure that your product is compatible with Intel® DSA.
How much time is a typical Intel® Driver & Support Assistant (Intel® DSA) installation?
Typical installation, loading, and analysis takes approximately three to six minutes using a broadband Internet connection (DSL/Cable).
Intel® drivers and software updates offered by the tool
The Intel® Driver & Support Assistant (Intel® DSA) offers a subset of the drivers and software available on Download Center. View a list of which drivers and software are excluded.
What information does Intel® DSA collect?
The Intel® Driver & Support Assistant only collects system and device information. We are committed to protecting your privacy. See our Privacy Notice for more information.
Utility availability in other languages
The Intel® Driver & Support Assistant is available in the following languages:
- Chinese (Simplified)
- Chinese (Traditional)
- Portuguese (Brazil)
Does Intel® DSA detect systems' device information?
The Intel® DSA comes with this capability.
To find information about the Intel® Computing Improvement Program
Intel wants to provide the best computing experiences to our customers. The Intel® Computing Improvement Program (ICIP) is an opt-in program that Intel offers for our customers to participate in and provide information about their computer's performance to make product improvements that may benefit customers in the future. For example, if the data shows that a driver is not performing as expected, Intel uses that information for future driver updates.
The collected information is used to help Intel understand how well our products perform over time, determine the usefulness of our products and features and detect issues and identify future product improvements.