How to Install the Intel® Graphics Command Center


Install & Setup



If the Intel® Graphics Command Center isn't automatically installed with the Intel Graphics driver, you can manually install it from the Microsoft Store* using the information below.

Before continuing: Confirm that your system meets the minimum system requirements

  • 6th Generation Intel® processor or newer.
  • Windows® 10 version 1709 or higher.
  • Windows 11* version 21H2 or higher.
  • Intel® Graphics Driver version or newer.
  • Internet connection 

If you are unable to access the Microsoft Store on Windows® 10 Long-Term Servicing Channel (LTSC), refer to Intel® GCC on Windows® 10 LTSC.

The Intel® Graphics Command Center is not supported on Linux*.

Steps to Install

  1. Open the Microsoft Store website for the Intel® Graphics Command Center application or search for the Intel® Graphics Command Center using the search bar in the Microsoft Store. If you are unable to access the Microsoft Store because you are using a business PC, contact your network administrator. 
  2. Click Get.
  3. Depending on your browser, a pop up message may appear asking "Open Microsoft Store?" Click Open Microsoft Store to launch the Microsoft Store application.
  4. Click Get in the Microsoft Store application to install the Intel® Graphics Command Center.


Why was the Intel® Graphics Command Center removed from the graphics driver installer package?

The Intel® Graphics Command Center is not included with the graphics driver package to comply with Microsoft's Universal Windows Platform (UWP) requirements.


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