Surface Pro 7+ gets new firmware updates to fix display issues and improve performance

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Microsoft's Surface Pro 7+ has been on the market for less than a month, but it’s already getting its first firmware update. The update started rolling out last week, and it packs performance improvements. Apart from this, the company has also addressed several display-related issues in this batch.

These firmware updates are available for Surface Pro 7+ owners running the Windows 10 October 2020 Update, and you can check out the full list of changes below:

  • Surface TCON device -Human Interface Devices: 160.146.4.0 Resolves screen refresh issues.
  • Surface Panel - Monitor: 6.12.139.0 Resolves the adaptive brightness issue.
  • Surface System Aggregator – Firmware: 10.24.139.0 Improves the power and graphics performance; resolves the USB-C issue.
  • Surface TCON device -Human Interface Devices (For LTE Advanced): 160.146.3.0 Resolves screen refresh issues.

The Surface Pro 7+ is the latest addition to the Surface family, which is specifically designed for business and education customers. The device comes with Intel’s 11th Gen core processors, a removable SSD M.2 SSD, and LTE support. Microsoft claims that the internal battery should provide up to 15 hours of battery life.

As with most Surface updates, this batch is rolling out in stages, so don't be surprised if it doesn't show up right away. In case you missed it, the Surface Pro 7 also received its own set of firmware updates earlier this month with stability and security improvements.

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