Update for Surface Pro 3 (28 March 2017)

We’re happy to announce today that we’ve released an updated driver for Surface Pro 3 devices running Windows 10 Anniversary Update. This update includes a new driver for Realtek USB 3.0 Card Reader on Surface Pro 3. This update provides SD card slot compatibility for an upcoming OS release. For Surface Pro 3, the updates…

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An overview of Microsoft Surface Hub management

Today we feature the next topic in our Microsoft Mechanics series on Surface Hub. Principal Program Manager Lead, Paul Barr, joins us again to demonstrate the top things to know about provisioning, managing and monitoring Surface Hubs in your organization, including an overview of the software update model. Planning, Provisioning, and Monitoring While Surface Hub…

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Exploring the design and capabilities of the new Surface Dial

We’ve focused recently on sharing the behind the scenes stories of our Surface devices family, from the Surface Pro 4 to the Surface Hub and much more in between. Today, we switch gears to pay tribute to our new input accessory, the Surface Dial. Principal Group Program Manager, Vineet Thuvara, from the team that built…

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Updates for Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 (7 March 2017)

We’re happy to announce today that we’ve released updated drivers for Surface Book and Surface Pro 4. These updates include new drivers and firmware for NVIDIA GeForce GTX 965M, Surface UEFI, Surface NVM Express Controller, Intel(R) Management Engine Interface, Surface Integration, Surface Integration Service Device, and Surface USB Hub Firmware Update on Surface Book and…


An engineer’s tour of Surface Hub's user experiences

If you’ve been following the Microsoft Mechanics series on Surface Hub, we’ve so far featured detailed overviews from the Surface engineering team on the approach taken to hardware design as well as the security defense in depth strategies for this collaboration device. Today, Principal engineer Nate Stott takes us on a comprehensive tour of Surface…

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Wake on LAN Support for Surface

We’re happy to announce the addition of Wake on LAN support for Surface devices connected to wired local area networks with a Surface Ethernet Adapter or Surface Dock. With Wake on LAN, you can enable your docked or connected devices to be woken from Connected Standby, allowing for updates and maintenance during windows of opportunity…

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