September Surface Pro 3 Firmware Update

Yesterday was patch Tuesday and Microsoft rolled out a firmware update for the Surface Pro 3 as part of this set of patches. None of the firmware updates affected the Surface RT, Surface 2, Surface Pro, or Surface Pro 2 but, there were some Windows updates that may have affected those models.

The firmware update for the Surface Pro 3 is intended to address the ongoing WiFi stability issues and made some tweaks for system stability and performance.

September Surface Pro 3 Firmware Update: What’s Included?

Here is the complete list of what’s included in the firmware update:

  • Surface Pro UEFI update (v3.10.250.0): Hopefully this will improve system experience and enhances overall system stability, especially Wi-Fi.
  • Surface Pro Embedded Controller Firmware update (v38.6.50.0): An enhanced support for system performance and user experience, including thermostat icon on boot.
  • Surface Pro System Aggregator Firmware update (v3.9.350.0): Should increase the overall system reliability and compatibility with a Surface cover.
  • Surface Integration driver update (v2.0.1102.0): Will enhance user experience, including Wi-Fi stability.
  • Surface Wi-Fi and Bluetooth driver update (v15.68.3055.107): Intended to improve Wi-Fi/ Bluetooth reliability and system stability, and significantly enhances the user experience.

So, if you’ve got a Surface Pro 3 just fire up Windows Update to snag the new firmware update. If you don’t see it right away, give it a day or so. Microsoft tends to roll these out in waves to prevent their servers from getting hammered.

Also, please stop back by and comment to let us know if you see any improvements or start seeing new issues after installing the firmware update.


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