Intel has decided to move a huge number of its processors to the rank of obsolete. In this case, this applies primarily to graphics drivers.
The 6th to 10th generation Core CPUs are now considered obsolete, as well as all Atom, Pentium, and Celeron processors corresponding to these generations. That is, even relatively fresh Commet Lake and Ice Lake CPUs are no longer in the current driver branch. Recall that Intel has long divided graphics drivers into current and obsolete. The latter are updated less frequently.
In general, the company simply obsolete many lines based on the Skylake microarchitecture, which dominated the market for several years, in one fell swoop. However, the same Ice Lake does not apply to it, but it still belongs to the tenth generation of Core, so Intel did not make an exception for them.