I had gotten the Windows 10 update program a couple of days ago, and after light examination of it, I had come across two compatibility issues with both the Intel(R) HD Graphics in my computer, and the Bluetooth Profile interface Driver. I have to know if this will mess up my computer's display properties if I update to windows 10. Is this is normal? Will my computer still look and act the way it should with the update? What does this mean for the future of my computer? Is there any fixes that a noob like me could do to fix this? I have no clue if this is a big deal or not, and I want to know if I should update to windows 10? I don't want the resolution or the colors of my display to go all wonky, or maybe not let me use a USB mouse. I use my laptop daily for school, so I have to know if this problem isn't a big deal or if it is a deal breaker for me getting windows 10. I had also looked into it and found out that I have a "custom Intel graphics card?" in my laptop that was made by my laptop's manufacturer. I believe that this is the cause of the discrepancy, and even though I had heard that you could swap out the display driver as a fix, I don't think I'm knowledgeable about that, and thus am left asking the Microsoft gods to rain down their wisdom on what my next steps are.
Hopefully I was clear in the problems that I have, but Here's a photo of what the incompatibility notification was: