Surface Book 3 gets new firmware updates to improve bluetooth and Wi-Fi stability

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Microsoft has started rolling out a new set of firmware updates for its Surface Book 3 devices (via WindowsBlogItalia). The new bits should improve Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, power efficiency when waking from sleep, as well as the overall stability and reliability of the device.

You can check out the full list of changes below:

  • Surface - System Management - 8.86.139.0: Surface SMF Client Driver - Surface System Management
  • Surface - System Management - 8.30.137.0: Surface SMF Display Client Driver - Surface System Management
  • Surface - Monitor - 6.81.139.0: Surface Panel - Monitor
  • NVIDIA - Display - 27.21.14.6259: NVIDIA GeForce GTX - Display adapters
  • Intel - Net - 22.60.0.6: Intel(R) WiFi 6 AX201 160MHz - Network adapters
  • Intel - Bluetooth - 22.60.0.6: Intel(R) Wireless Bluetooth - Bluetooth
  • Intel Corporation – HIDClass – 2.1.0.96: Intel(R) Precise Touch Device – Human Interface Devices
  • improves thermal management when the computer works with an external monitor.

As usual, it's worth keeping in mind that these firmware updates are rolling out gradually to all Surface Book 3 users, and not everyone will necessarily see them at the same time. In case you missed it, Microsoft has also released new updates for Surface Pro 7 and the Surface Studio 2 PCs with performance improvements.

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