Surface Book 3 gets launch day firmware and driver updates

Rabia Noureen

Microsoft’s new Surface Book 3 went on sale just today, but the new 2-in-1 PC is already getting its first batch of firmware updates. The changelog isn’t big in number, and these updates mostly focus on reliability and stability. Notably, one of these bits improves interoperability between peripherals and the other one brings reliability improvements for low battery scenarios. You can see the official changelog below:

  • Surface SMF- Firmware: improves system stability.
  • Surface Panel – Monitor: improves interoperability with creative software usage.
  • Surface – Extension: improves system stability.
  • Surface DTX – System devices: improves system stability.
  • Surface Integration – System devices: improves stability and interoperability between peripherals.
  • Surface System Aggregator – Firmware: improves device reliability during low battery scenarios.

If you get your hands on a Surface Book 3 this week, you can grab these firmware updates now by checking for updates in the Windows Update section, and they’ll install as usual.

The Surface Book 3 is available for order in 13.5- and 15-inch variants in select markets today. While it retains the look and design of the second-gen Surface Book. it comes with numerous internal changes to enhance its power and efficiency over older generations.