ntel has made the decision to make a large number of its processors obsolete. This applies primarily to graphics drivers.
All Core CPUs from the 6th through 10th generations are considered obsolete. This includes all Atom, Pentium, and Celeron processors that correspond to these generation. This means that even the most recent Commet Lake or Ice Lake CPUs are not included in the current driver branch. Intel has always divided graphics drivers into obsolete and current. These drivers are less often updated.
The company ended the dominance of Skylake microarchitecture for many lines in general. It does not have the same Ice Lake, but it is still part of the tenth generation Core. Intel therefore did not make any exceptions for them.