Intel’s compute stick for Windows machines is not yet officially supported by Microsoft, but the company has released an updated firmware update for it, which includes the ability to configure it for different types of workloads.
Intel’s compute sticks have been available for a while now, but it was only recently that Intel began rolling out a new version that added some new features.
Now, with the new version, the company is providing a bit more information on how to use the new software.
The updated Intel compute stick firmware can be found on the official website, and it includes the following new features:The new firmware also includes support for Windows Server 2016 R2 and the upcoming Windows Server 2017, as well as the latest version of Windows 10.
Intel says the update can be installed on any Windows 10 device, and you should not need to download a separate driver for it to work.