Microsoft rolls out firmware update for Surface Laptop 3 with AMD

Surface Laptop 3 15
Surface Laptop 3 15 (Image credit: Windows Central)

What you need to know

  • The Surface Laptop 3 with AMD has a new firmware update available.
  • The update is available for devices running Windows 10 version 1903 or higher.
  • The update includes several improvements and bug fixes.

Owners of the AMD-powered Surface Laptop 3, including the Surface Laptop 3 15, can snag a new firmware update for their PC. The update is available for devices running Windows 10 version 1903 or higher. Like most firmware updates, this focuses on bug fixes and stability improvements. It doesn't have any new features.

Here's everything that's new, as found on its support page:

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Device Manager NameVersion and Update
AMD Radeon (TM) Vega 9 Graphics - Display Adapter / AMD Radeon (TM) Vega 11 Graphics – Display adapters26.20.12063.1003 - Improves system graphics performance, stability, and security.
Surface TCON device -Human Interface Devices4.27.139.0 - Resolves system bugcheck while resuming from sleep.
Surface Integration Service Device - System devices6.105.139.0 - Improves integration between system services and resolves an issue with telemetry reporting.
Surface System Aggregator - Firmware16.407.139.0 - Improves system stability and system telemetry reporting.
Surface UEFI – Firmware1.2746.140.0 - Addresses security updates and improves system stability.

The fixes in this firmware update improve system stability, performance, and security. The update also addresses several bugs, including an issue that affected devices when waking up from sleep.

If you have a Surface Laptop 3 with an Intel chip rather than an AMD processor, you should have received an update a couple of weeks ago.

No matter what version of Surface Laptop 3 you have, you should be able to grab the latest update through Windows Update.

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