Install The Latest Intel Graphics Driver in Ubuntu 16.04

intel graphics driver

Intel has recently announced the release of its Linux Graphics Update Tool 2.0.2. Ubuntu 16.04 is supported so it’s easy to install the latest Intel Graphics Stack in this LTS release.

The new release supports for Ubuntu 16.04, and Fedora 24, and it’s available for download at the link below:

Download Intel Graphics Update Tool 2.0.2

Once you downloaded the .deb package, click install it via Ubuntu Software.

Then you’re able to launch the tool from Unity Dash:

intel graphics update tool

Follow the pop-up wizard and it automatically downloads the latest graphics stack and installs for you device.

intel graphics update tool

If everything goes OK, restart your computer to make the new driver take place.

In addition, to make Ubuntu trust future updates from Intel repository, you have to run the command below in terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T) to setup the key:

wget --no-check-certificate -O - | sudo apt-key add -

intel graphics repository key

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ml is a part time stay-at-home dad who've been using Ubuntu Desktop for a few years. He writes in the free time and wishes to share some useful tips with Ubuntu beginners and lovers.


  1. now my screen flickers and still no better opngl support! what now? how do I purge that shit?

  2. Does anyone has an idea on how to remove those drivers??

  3. Any Idea how long installing the packages takes? its taking quite awhile for me.

  4. rex everett tibus

    I have installed it using GDebi Package Installer, but I can’t find the updater in the menu…where did it go? how can I access it? I am using ubuntu mate 16.04

    • Víctor Urbina Gaytán

      Hi, Rex! You’ve had issues with your video, right? Well, I got the same problem when I connect my 2nd monitor sometimes does not detect it or I have to wait a time and afterward, I can use the combination super+p, do you know how to fix it?

      • rex everett tibus

        Do you mean your using two monitors at the same time? If so, I am sorry I can’t help you because I have never used two monitors simultaneously on Linux. I did use a projector and a monitor but I was using Microsoft Windows and Windows detected both projector and monitor so it went well. But in Linux? Sorry man.

  5. william krummeck

    did anyone find this useful