After installing Windows 10 I experienced problems with screen corruption, (unwanted) screen cloning and occasional graphics driver crashes.
The graphics driver also seemed to cause performance and stability problems for some programs.
Intel Graphics driver version 10.18.15.4256 installed by Windows Update worked poorly for me.
Windows 10 forces particular driver updates as standard.
I wanted to use the latest Intel graphics driver to avoid the problems described above.
This was accomplished by:
2. Downloading and unpacking the .zip driver package.
3. Updating and choosing the driver using Device Manager.
4. Disabling driver updates.
I found a number of ways to disable driver updates here:
The method that worked for me was changing the value of registry key SearchOrderConfig from 1 to 0.
The default graphics driver delivered by Windows Update may not be the most reliable version.
In some cases it can be relevant to install a different driver version and disabling driver updates.