#1 Intel Technology Access by looky 08.10.2015 18:00

So recently I've found a thread on Guru3d regarding about this program called "Intel Technology Access" and was wondering what it actually does. From what I've read, users who installed this program found that it infact reduces stutter in games by manipulating "timer resolution"( I dont even know if program does this thing. It's just what I've read from users posts). I looked up almost everywhere but found no proper answer for this particular question. And I thought that maybe someone in this forum knows what it actually does.

Thank you.

Link for the thread I'm talking about:
http://forums.guru3d.com/showthread.php?t=402474&page=16

#2 RE: Intel Technology Access by Fernando 08.10.2015 19:06

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@ looky:
Welcome at Win-RAID Forum and thanks for your info!

Zitat von looky im Beitrag #1
So recently I've found a thread on Guru3d regarding about this program called "Intel Technology Access" and was wondering what it actually does.
I don't really know that.
Nevertheless i I have just downloaded the latest Intel(R) Technology Access driver from >this< Intel Download Center page.
This is what Intel writes about the usage:

Zitat von Intel
Intel® Technology Access exposes the 2-in-1 sensor and display setting detection to the browser applications using web services. The 2-in-1 sensor determines the mode of a device (for example: tablet mode or clamshell mode). The Display settings detect and get the screen resolution and orientation values.
It also exposes the Microsoft Windows 8.x* COM sensors accelerometer, ambient light, compass, inclinometer & orientation.
*Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others


By the way: The driverpack contains at least 2 different Intel Technology Access drivers v1.5.0.1009 WHQL dated 07/09/2015:

  1. 32/64bit "Intel Technology Access TAP drivers" and
  2. 32/64bit "Intel Technology Access Filter drivers".

Meanwhile I have installed them onto my Z97 system, but haven't yet found any performance boost and not even a new device within the Device Manager.

If anybody should be interested in the "pure" 32/64bit Intel Technology Access TAP and Fiter drivers, I will upload them.

Regards
Dieter (alias Fernando)

#3 RE: Intel Technology Access by johnnyfabulous 01.01.2017 10:24

After reading this and doing a google search to see if I need it, I read on the Microsoft Support Site that these files are for helping windows determine if browsers and such need to display in tablet or clamshell mode, a 2-in-1 switch is the hardware, and this drives it......

could be wrong, just filling a blank if anyone was still wondering....

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