Here’s what’s new in the October Surface Book firmware update

If you’re the proud owner of a Microsoft Surface Book, then you were likely happy to receive October’s firmware update last week. Now, Microsoft has published the changelog for the update, to let you know what was actually fixed up and improved.

Here’s the complete list of improvements and fixes (via Neowin):

Microsoft driver update for Surface Embedded Controller Firmware
Surface Embedded Controller Firmware
v90.1277.256.0 adds support for upcoming product release.

Microsoft driver update for Surface System Aggregator Firmware
Surface System Aggregator Firmware
v90.1335.257.0 adds support for upcoming product release.

Microsoft driver update for Surface UEFI
Surface UEFI
v90.1327.770.0 adds support for upcoming product release.

Marvell Semiconductor, Inc. driver update for Marvell AVASTAR Bluetooth Radio Adapter
Marvel AVASTAR Bluetooth Radio Adapter
v15.68.9046.79 adds support for upcoming product release.

Marvell Semiconductor, Inc. driver update for Marvell AVASTAR Wireless-AC Network Controller
Marvell AVASTAR Wireless-AC Network Controller
v15.68.9046.79 adds support for upcoming product release.

NVIDIA driver update for NVIDIA GeForce GPU
NVIDIA GeForce GPU
v21.21.13.6936 improves pen performance in some applications.

Microsoft driver update for Surface Base Firmware Update
Surface Base Firmware Update
v2.0.97.0 improves keyboard reliability when the device resumes operation from sleep.

Microsoft driver update for Surface DTX
Surface DTX
v1.3.542.0 improves clipboard and keyboard interoperability.

It looks like there’s some preparation being done for the upcoming Surface Book with Performance Base models, in addition to the usual improvements. Let us know in the comments how this set of updates is treating your Surface Book.

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