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Author Topic: Microsoft's Surface Pro 3 and 4 get a bunch of firmware updates  (Read 28 times)
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« on: September 12, 2018, 12:10:20 PM »
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Microsoft is releasing new firmware updates for both the Surface Pro 3 and Surface Pro 4 today, some of its oldest supported devices in the lineup. Indeed, the Pro 3 came out almost four and a half years ago, so it's certainly notable that it's still receiving updates.

Here's what's new for the Surface Pro 3:



According to Microsoft's value indicator chart, these updates improve security with no effect on other categories like reliability, battery life, connectivity, compatibility, and performance.

The Surface Pro 4 got a few more updates than that, also improving security and battery stability.



Microsoft did not provide a value indicator chart for the Surface Pro 4 updates, but it should be about the same as the one for the Surface Pro 3.

If you want to download the Surface Pro 3 firmware and drivers bundle, you can find it here. The bundle for the Surface Pro 4 can be found here. Of course, you can always just wait for them to be installed automatically with Windows Update.

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