Ever since Microsoft released Windows 8 and then Windows 10, Intel stopped releasing new drivers for their USB 3.0 ports integrated into their newer chipsets. They let Microsoft do the work. I have a Z270 motherboard and the Intel(R) USB 3.0 eXtensive Host Controller is currently removable.
From the Device Manager, the problematic drivers:
Windows Update does say I have the latest driver. With Intel not releasing any new driver, what are my options to make those ports non-removable in Windows 10, considering I obviously can't remove them without going into my BIOS settings?