Surface Book 3 gets firmware updates to improve battery reliability, and more

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Microsoft is currently rolling out new firmware updates for its Surface Book 3 2-in-1 PCs. The update improves general stability and includes several other fixes and improvements. Most notably, the latest batch focuses largely on improving the Battery Smart Charging reliability and enhances integration between system services. You can see the full changelog below:

  • Intel® iCLS Client - Software components: 1.61.251.0 Addresses security updates and improves system stability.
  • Intel® Management Engine Interface -System devices: 2031.15.0.1743 Addresses security updates and improves system stability.
  • (Intel® Management Engine Extension) - no Device Manager notes: 1952.14.0.1470 Addresses security updates and improves system stability.
  • Surface Hid Mini Driver - Human Interface Devices: 3.31.139.0 Improves system stability and addresses system bugcheck.
  • Surface Integration Service Device - System devices: 6.105.139.0 Improves integration between system services and addresses system bugcheck.
  • Surface ME – Firmware: 13.0.1594.2 Addresses security updates and improves system stability.
  • Surface UEFI – Firmware: 9.101.140.0 Addresses security updates and improves system stability.
  • Surface System Aggregator - Firmware: 10.204.139.0 * Improves Battery Smart Charging reliability and improves kiosk mode.
  • (Surface Book Base v3 Firmware Update) - no Device Manager notes: 1.61.137.0 * Improves Battery Smart Charging reliability and improves kiosk mode.
  • Surface DTX - System devices: 3.85.139.0 Resolves application uninstallation issues in low power state.

As always, these firmware updates are rolling out gradually so it may take some time before it hits all the Surface Book 3 users. In case you missed it, the Surface Laptop Go also received its first update last week, which fixed issues with the fingerprint reader and more.

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