Intel Haswell-dt Gt1 Driver For Mac 
This software driver package will install the Intel HD Graphics Driver for the product listed in the readme file. These drivers will not function with any other product. View the README file for installation information and the RELEASE NOTES for driver version details. This driver package contains version 220.127.116.1137 (18.104.22.16837) for Windows XP*.
Intel Haswell-dt Gt1 Driver For Mac
Therefore the Graphic Stack is comprised of:* the opensource X11 display server Xorg, client libraries and utilities developed by the X.org Project,* an OpenGL implementation in the form of the opensource Mesa library,* and illumos kernel drivers for different graphics adapters provided by the gfx-drm gate,* together with the libdrm implementing communication between kernel drivers and user-space components through the Direct Rendering Infrastructure (DRI) protocol.
The new eDRAM changes mean it's no longer architectural - capable of caching any data (including "unreachable memory", display engines, and effectively any memory transfer not bound by software restrictions) and is entirely invisible to software (one exception noted later) in terms of coherency (note that no flushing is thus necessary to maintain coherency), ordering, or other organizational details. For optimal graphics performance, the graphics driver may decide to limit certain memory accesses to only the eDRAM, only the LLC, or in both of them.
Older systems may not have a full set of hardware drivers available for running Windows 10. Even if you have received the Windows Update prompt to upgrade to Windows 10 from Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, we recommend you consider the following before upgrading.
If a full set of drivers is not available, then we recommend that if you decide to upgrade to Windows 10, that you test all of the important features before putting the system into use, or before upgrading other systems of the same type.
Support for second generation Intel HD Graphics is not officially available for Windows 10. Some drivers are available through Windows update, however these tend to be older Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 drivers. These drivers may have problems in delivering expected battery life, performance, or features such as hibernate or sleep in Windows 10.
Intel second generation HD Graphics are known as HD2000 and HD3000, and were available on the Core i3-2xxx and Core i5-2xxx series processors. These processors could be fitted to either Intel 6 Series or 7 Series chipset motherboards. In addition, most of these motherboards could be fitted with second or third generation Intel HD Graphics leaving to easy confusion when looking for available Windows 10 drivers for your system and processor combination.
* As of Spring 2016, Windows 8 driver 22.214.171.12429 is downloaded by Windows Update for Windows 10, both x86 and x64 version. This driver may have problems resuming from hibernation modes. Try disabling hibernation using POWERCFG -H OFF.
^ A Windows 10 driver is available from the Intel website. Some evidence has again shown this driver may have problems including resuming from sleep or hibernation modes. Try disabling hibernation using POWERCFG -H OFF.
# A Windows 10 x86 driver is available from some third party websites and through Windows update. This driver is again reported to be unsupported and "as-is". It has been shown to be problematic and unreliable on some H81 systems and is not recommended for production use. Driver 10.18.10.4252 is the most recommended driver, but may still be problematic. Drivers 10.18.10.4358 and 10.18.10.4452 (available from both Windows Update and the Intel web site) often seem to give a blank screen on installation, and are not recommended. We recommend you do not install these updated drivers, and use the Windows 10 Show/Hide Updates tool to prevemt installing the newer driver through Windows Update (run this tool before you check for updates!).
Intel has released a new Win7/Win8 driver for HD Graphics 2500/4000/4200/4400/4600/5000, for Iris Graphics 5100 and for Iris Pro Graphics 5200. This new driver 10.18.10.3345 adds a ton of new OpenGL extensions (OpenGL 4.1 / 4.2 / 4.3), adds Intel Wireless Display native Miracast support for wireless streaming on Windows 8.1, brings DirectX 9 optimizations and and fixes multiple bugs. The complete release notes areavailable HERE.
I can tell you this much, I have a OpenGL based screensaver and ran choppy before(Really Slick Screen Savers) and with this new driver update smooth as butter! So there must have been some optimizations or bug fixes along with extension additions. So good job Intel!! keep improving OpenGL!!!