Identify the processor in your system. Then see if we have validated your processor to work with Windows® 10.
If you do not see your processor on the list:
- Consult Microsoft's website for more details.
- Run Microsoft’s upgrade advisory.
Click or the topics for details:
How do I identify my processor and operating system?You can use a utility called System in the Windows Control Panel. It displays information about your system hardware, including processor information.
To get to System:
- Press the Windows key.
- Press the S key.
- Type system to see the operating system and the processor information. In some operating systems, you can press the Windows key and then simply type system.
How do I determine my processor's generation?
- Processor generation: The first digit in the four-number sequence.
- SKU number: The following three digits in that four-number sequence.
Which Intel® Core™ Processors support Windows® 10?All Intel® Core™ Processors with the following codenames are validated to support Windows® 10. Click the appropriate entry below to see a complete list of processors.
- All 7th Generation Intel® Core™ Processors formerly codenamed Kaby Lake
- All 6th Generation Intel® Core™ Processors formerly codenamed Skylake
- All 5th Generation Intel® Core™ Processors formerly codenamed Broadwell
- All 4th Generation Intel® Core™ Processors formerly codenamed Haswell
- All 3rd Generation Intel® Core™ Processors formerly codenamed Ivy Bridge
- All Intel® Processors formerly codenamed Braswell
Which Intel Atom® Processors support Windows® 10?All Intel Atom® Processors with the following codenames support Windows® 10. Click the appropriate entry below to see a complete list of processors.
Is my Windows 7* or Windows 8.x* system upgradeable to Windows® 10?For systems running Windows 7 or Windows 8.x, you can use the Get Windows® 10 (GWX) application from Microsoft to confirm your system is compatible.
Access the Microsoft Windows® 10 Q&A for more information.
The following two questions from the Q&A are the most relevant to system compatibility information:
- What is the Get Windows app?
- Why don't I have the Get Windows app?
The table below illustrates Intel’s Windows® 10 driver support by version of the Windows® 10 operating system.
|Note||Other generations that are not listed do not support Windows® 10 driver|
|Intel® Processor Platform||Formerly Known as (codename)||Windows® 10 32-bit Driver Support||Windows 10 64-bit Driver Support|
|7th Generation Intel® Core™ Processors||Kaby Lake||No||Yes|
|6th Generation Intel® Core™ Processors||Skylake||No||Yes|
|5th Generation Intel® Core™ Processors||Broadwell||No||Yes|
|4th Generation Intel® Core™ Processors||Haswell||No||Yes|
|3rd Generation Intel® Core™ Processors||Ivy Bridge||No||Yes1|
|Intel® Atom® Processors||Cherry Trail||Yes||Yes|
|Intel® Atom® Processors||Bay Trail||Yes2||Yes|
|Intel Atom® Processors||Braswell||Yes||Yes|
|Intel® Xeon® Processor E5 v4 Family (Workstation only)||Broadwell||No||Yes|
|Intel® Xeon® Processor E5 v3 Family (Workstation only)||Haswell||No||Yes|
|Intel® Xeon® Processor E3 v6||Kaby Lake||No||Yes|
|Intel® Xeon® Processor E3 v5||Skylake||No||Yes|
2Intel Atom® Processors (codename Bay Trail) are supported for Windows® 10 32-bit platform with the existing drivers that were delivered for Windows 8.1*. Intel plans to certify Windows 8.1* drivers for the Windows® 10 64-bit platform only.
|Windows® 10 Support Information for Intel® Products|
|Microsoft Windows® 10 Specifications|