In the event that the reports are correct, this will be the 6th firmware patch for the Surface Book since it was discharged three months back.

 

There are reports from numerous corners – most prominently a pop-up caution on the Microsoft Answers site – that claim framework redesigns for Surface 3 and Surface Pro 3 are going down the Windows Update chute.My System Pro 3 demonstrates two upgrades: “Intel Corporation driver overhaul for IntelĀ® HD Graphics Family” and “Framework Firmware Update – 1/19/2016.” And Rod Trent at WindowsITPro reports, “Today, Microsoft is taking off what should be a gigantic fix in a firmware redesign for its Surface Pro and Surface Book line.” But I don’t see an autonomous affirmation of Surface Pro 4 or Surface Book patches – a great deal less any insights about the upgrade.Your one-stop search for Microsoft learning: Everything you have to think about Windows 10, in a convenient PDF. Download it today! | Survive and flourish with the new OS: a definitive Windows 10 survivor unit. Stay up on key Microsoft advancements with the Windows bulletin.

 

Most remarkable and cursing, the official Surface 3 redesign history page, the Surface Pro 3 upgrade page, the Surface Pro 4 overhaul page, and the Surface Book upgrade page don’t say anything in regards to a January patch. The Surface Book history page, for instance, records firmware reports on Oct. 23, Nov. 2, Nov. 18, Dec. 2, and Dec. 17 with “Discharge date for the most recent accessible framework upgrade for Surface Book.In the event that the reports are correct, this will be the 6th firmware patch for the Surface Book since it was discharged three months prior.

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Trusts are high that these most recent firmware overhauls will at long last alter the bunch issues with the Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 that Paul Thurrott reported broadly in his “Welcome to Surfacegate” post early today. So, the Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 are a wreck.One can just envision that the arrival rate on these gadgets is off the outlines. Be that as it may, the greater concern is the long haul hurt that Microsoft does by staying quiet each and every day. Covering up and overlooking the issue is not the same as comprehending it.

 

It’s all horrendously reminiscent of the battles Microsoft had in making the Surface Pro 3 work. After 10 firmware upgrades in six months, the SP3 at last hit some level of steadiness in January 2015. It’s since seen nine more firmware upgrades.A brisk mind my Surface Pro 3 didn’t uncover any new issues, yet how about we hold up a couple of days and check whether any far reaching challenges create.