Re: How to get PIC32 USB to use Windows built in CDC driver
☼ Best Answerby LostInSpace 2017/07/09 17:10:38
On Windows 10, yes. It recognizes CDC without prompting for a driver.
Earlier Windows versions require a .inf. I don't know anything about Windows driver development, but I would imagine you could get some sort of signed driver that's registered with Windows Update that handles it transparently. But it's probably not free.
I think HID is the only option for earlier versions if you don't want to have a driver prompt.