Intel has made available a brand new Wireless Bluetooth update developed for a number of its adapters, namely version 21.30.0 making sure users won't experience short audio distortions during Skype call, and add general stability improvements and optimizations.
In addition to that, the current release will also remove some bugs that caused problems in a few instances, removes the Yellow Bang register Device Manager after sequentially enable airplane mode, and fixes other conditions as described within the Release Notes below.
Regarding the supported hardware, the 21.30.0 version is suitable for Intel's Tri-Band Wireless-AC 17265, 260, and 265 adapters, as well as for the Dual Band Wireless-AC 3165, 3168, 7265, 8260, and 8265 (+Desktop Kit) models.
Moreover, the update is also compatible with the Wi-Fi 6 AX200 hardware, Dual Band Wireless-N 7265 controllers, the Wireless-AC 9260, 9461, 9462, and 9560 devices, and the Wireless-N 7260 and 7265 products.
With regards to operating systems, version 21.30.0 concentrates at 32- and 64-bit variants of Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10 (for this administrators), as well as for Windows 10 (for end-users). However, know that not all adapters mentioned previously are supported on each OS.
So far as installation goes, the operation is straightforward: save the appropriate package ideal for the body configuration and bit variant, run it, and follow all instructions displayed for an entire and successful upgrade.
Moreover, once the installation has finished, it would be smart to perform a reboot to permit all changes to take effect properly. If this task isn't requested automatically, be sure to carry on with it manually.
Considering all aspects mentioned previously, download Intel Wireless Bluetooth Driver 21.30.0 that's valid for computer configuration, put it on, and also check our website to be aware whenever a newer version is available.