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I have Acer Aspire 5349 with some integrated Intel GPU. On Windows I could just open an Intel program in which I could change my graphical settings like colors, but also 3D settings for improving performance/quality.

I'm talking about this

And I desperately need it here on Ubuntu, to which I moved yesterday, because I am experiencing some graphical bugs at CSS on Steam. If there is no such program/equivalent then I would be okay with some console commands but please be brief- I am quite new to Ubuntu, so I'm happy for just remembering the Ctrl+Alt+T shortcut!

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You are probably using open source drivers that come with Ubuntu by default. Check out the drivers that you can get directly from Intel: The one on the top is the latest (1.0.2). Choose 32 or 64 bit version depending on what version of Ubuntu you installed. – Tanel Mae Sep 9 '13 at 17:25

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