Intel® Software Manager installs with Intel® Software Development Products on Windows*, Linux*, and OS X* operating systems. Intel® Software Manager requires an Internet connection to connect to a remote server for information and updates.
Intel® Software Manager is a utility that allows users to:
Intel® Software Manager installs to a default location based on system settings and user privilege.
Preferences for Intel® Software Manager can be found under the Settings tab.
Intel® Software Manager checks for Updates, Licenses, and Product News for installed Intel® Software Development Products. Frequency can be set to:
Intel® Software Manager downloads updates to a default location unless another location is specified by the user. To change the location for downloads, you can manually enter the path to the download folder or browse for the folder. The default download location is:
Pop-up notifications show users of a license or update status change in Intel® Software Manager. Select the check box to disable pop-up notifications.
To help improve Intel® Software Development Products, you can choose to allow Intel to gather information about your system.
The Downloads tab shows the number of available downloads that Intel® Software Manager has found appropriate to your system.
Updates for Intel® Software Development Products can be downloaded by right clicking on the product in the Download tab, or by clicking on the green arrow to the left of the update.
The product news tab shows information about Intel® Software Development Products.
The interface for this resembles a mail inbox. Here you can right-click and mark items as Read or Unread. The option to move items to history will remove the message from the Product News tab and place it into the History tab.
More information about serial numbers is available on the Intel® Software Network article Where Can I Find my Serial Number?
The History tab shows archived messages, installed licenses, and other log information for Intel® Software Manager.
Some files may remain after uninstalling Intel® Software Manager. To remove these, go to the install directory for your system and delete the files and directories.
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