Intel's latest Wi-Fi driver package, 23.40.0, fixes BSOD, includes functional and security updates

The driver is expected to improve performance and stability

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intel latest wi-fi driver released

Intel, on April 9, 2024, released the Wi-Fi package drivers 23.40.0 for Windows 10 and Windows 11. So, if you are using Intel Wi-Fi cards on your PC, it’s time to install the latest drivers!

As per the release notes, the latest Intel wireless driver package, 23.40.0, introduces the following changes on both Windows 10 and Windows 11:

1. Regulatory updates for China.

2. Fix for Wi-Fi Yellow Bang in device manager with very low occurrence.

3. Fix for Wi-Fi blue screen with low occurrence.

4. This software release version 23.40.0 has been updated to include functional and security updates. There may be other minor issues addressed which will impact performance, stability, or vendor specific functionality not listed above. Users are encouraged to update to the latest version for best performance.

You can download the latest Wi-Fi driver package, 23.40.0, from Intel’s official website. It also lists the products supported by the driver package. So, check if yours is on the list!

Besides, Intel rolled out a fix for BSOD caused by the Wi-Fi driver in Windows in the previous driver package.

Updating the Wi-Fi driver is critical for many reasons. It improves security, fixes any existing bugs, may help increase the Internet speed (if it’s being limited due to a bug), and ensures smooth functioning of the PC.

Did you face any issues with the latest Intel Wi-Fi drivers? If yes, share them with our readers in the comments section.

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