Microsoft posts changes for recent batch of Surface firmware updates

Just yesterday, we reported that there were some new firmware updates at the ready for the Surface Pro 3, Surface Pro 4, and the Surface Book, but there weren't any changelogs available. However, now Microsoft has gone ahead and published details on what each update brings. Here's the breakdown:

Surface Pro 3 w/ Windows 8.1

  • Surface Pro System Aggregator Firmware update (v3.9.750.0) adds support for Microsoft Surface Dock on Surface Pro 3.

Surface Pro 3 w/ Windows 10

  • Surface Pro System Aggregator Firmware update (v3.9.750.0) adds support for Microsoft Surface Dock on Surface Pro 3.
    • Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Type Cover drivers set update adds support for the Surface Pro 4 Type Cover on Surface Pro 3.
    • Surface Type Cover Filter Device driver (v.1.1.360.0)
    • Surface Fingerprint Sensor driver (v2.2.10.4)
    • Surface Type Cover Integration driver (v1.1.362.0)
    • Surface Pro 4 Type Cover Integration driver (v1.1.359.0)
    • Surface PTP Filter driver (v1.0.33.1)
    • Surface Accessory Firmware update driver (v1.1.382.0)
    • Surface Keyboard Backlight driver (1.1.365.0)

Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book

  • Surface Camera drivers set (v30.10154.6640.152) enables the Windows Hello feature.
    • Control Logic driver (v30.10154.6640.152)
    • CSI2 Host Controller driver (v30.10154.6640.152)
    • Imaging Signal Processor 2500 driver (v30.10154.6640.152)
    • Microsoft Camera Front driver (v30.10154.6640.152)
    • Microsoft Camera Rear driver (v30.10154.6640.152)
    • Microsoft IR Camera Front driver (v30.10154.6640.152)
    • Surface Camera Windows Hello driver (v1.0.24.0)
    • AVStream Camera 2500 driver (v30.10154.6640.152)
  • Surface Display Calibration driver (v1.1.371.0) improves the overall display stability.
  • Surface Integration driver (v1.0.59.0) improves storage performance.
  • Surface Storage Firmware Update driver (v1.447.0) improves storage performance.

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  • I wonder why the FF camera isn't Intel realsense
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  • It doesn't work well? I don't have an SP3, just curious. It works pretty much 100% of time with my desktop (although haven't used in a couple months because away at school), but I wear a headset, so the mic is right by my mouth. I'd imagine the mic on the sp3 can't hear as well? Posted via the Windows Central App for Android
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  • I had to disable hey Cortana on my surface 3, desktop, and my Intel Compute Stick that's in the conference room part of my office because they would all go off when using my phone.
  • Heh, that's actually pretty funny
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  • That actually also needs to be addressed on surface pro 4. Both of my sp3 and 4 have been doing it.
  • My Surface Pro 2 does it once in a while, too :)
  • Are you just getting this on the latest insider build? Because I get it on my SP3 and Desktop and it only started happening when I put that build (10565) onto each of them. The desktop has an Nvidia GPU and the SP3 is of course intel integrated - Seems like a build specific issue with the current drivers for each
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  • Your brother is one lucky guy.
  • Ahem. I am your long lost Brother. Separated from the family at birth, I have been searching for your my whole life. If only I had a laptop or something like one, I could send you all the proof you need...
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  • Check Task Manager
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  • I missed that. Thanks!
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  • I had this problem before, have you pressed the F2 key to brighten? Total user error on my part before, somehow me, or the kids mashed F1 to the point I had no back light...
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  • Yes like Microsoft for their App updates... would be great if they start to use their own store features
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    My wifi works very very bad and the video is crashing sometimes.
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