Last night, I searched through the Intel Developers forum for Games and Graphics, and found reference to a fix for access violation in the OpenGL library. At that time, they (Intel gurus) were saying
10.18.10.4061 or later fixed the issue. (It was an old thread.)
So, if the Intel driver installers work with your machine, they are likely to be good. (Unless some later work caused a regression of this issue.)
The underline caveat above means that they do not work on some machines.
Much as I tried, I could not get any Intel driver installers to run normally on either of our Toshiba notebooks. The Intel driver installer detects a computer OEM driver, and exits with an error message telling the user to use a driver package from their OEM.
(I even tried to uninstall the adapter back to the standard VGA adapter like you see when first installing the OS. This had worked for me previously on a Dell notebook. Didn’t work on the Toshibas, so I just spent the time to download multiple driver versions for the Toshiba Support until I found the one that worked.)
Secondly, the Intel driver installers check the APU, and will not install on older generation processors. Some of the installers will not install for early processor generations (“Haswell”, etc.,) even if they had that graphics package. (The installer quits with some message about the machine not being compatible with the driver package.)
So, sometimes you need to look up the generation name of your processor, read the fine print on the driver package.
Or,… just try it. If it’s the wrong package, it’ll exit and tell you.