If you just received a new Surface 3, Surface Pro 4, or Surface Book for the holidays you might be struggling to get it setup properly. Here are some helpful articles that you should review in order to make sure you have the best experience (and least frustration) possible.
Just click on the link in the title of each section to get to the articles.
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New Surface Pro 4 or Surface Book Setup Help: Setup My New Surface
If you’ve never owned a Surface, this article will help walk you through the first 5 things you should do in order to make sure you get it up and running quickly and smoothly. [divider]
New Surface Pro 4 or Surface Book Setup Help: Windows 10 on Surface 5 Must Do Things
If your new Surface is the first time you’ve worked with Windows 10, here are 5 things you should configure to make the transition smooth and enjoyable. [divider]
New Surface Pro 4 or Surface Book Setup Help: Surface Security Basics
If you’re worried about keeping your Surface secure and free of viruses or other malware, we got you covered. Just check out our guide on Surface security basics.[divider]
New Surface Pro 4 or Surface Book Setup Help: Surface Backup and Recovery Guide
Making Sure your data is backed up in the event of a problem is very important. Our backup and recovery guide will walk you though several methods to make sure you don’t accidentally lose important files or pictures on your new Surface.
Tim Rolston is a professional geek with over 23 years of experience working in Information Technology and dealing with everything from large-scale storage to remote systems management and automation for organizations such as Texas Instruments, Mobil Oil, and the University of Michigan (where he was an Academic IT Director).
He co-founded JTRTech along with Joanna to realize his long-time dream of working for himself.