Windows uses INF files to install a driver package on a computer or device. All Windows platforms support universal INF files, while only Windows 10 for desktop editions (Home, Pro, Enterprise, and Education) supports legacy INF files.
INF files for universal and mobile driver packages
If you are building a universal or mobile driver package, you must supply a universal INF file. Universal INFs contain only the subset of INF sections and directives that are required to install and configure a device. These directives can be performed on an offline system, without any runtime operations. For more information, see Using a Universal INF File.
INF files for desktop driver packages
If you are building a desktop-only driver package, your INF file can use legacy, non-universal INF syntax.
Windows 10 for desktop editions continues to support legacy INF behavior, such as co-installers and class installers.