The Nvidia GeForce driver for the Surface Book with d-GPUs has been updated, in addition to Intel's Precise Touch and the Surface UEFI Firmware.
Update: Microsoft has posted the full changelog, which we are reposting below
Surface Book Nov 17 Changes
- Intel Corporation driver update for Intel (R) Precise touch devices - Intel (R) Precise touch devices v126.96.36.199 reduce false touch events when the device is closed.
- NVIDIA driver update for the NVIDIA GeForce GPU - NVIDIA GeForce GPU v188.8.131.5261 improves system stability.
- Microsoft driver update for Surface UEFI - Surface UEFI v90.1380.768.0 improves system stability.
For those with the new Surface Book with Performance Base there is also a driver update for the GTX 965M as well as the UEFI Firmware.
As always, open the Start Menu, and type "Check for Updates" to instantly access Windows Update to see if these new drivers are available. You will be asked to perform a restart when they have finished installing.
While this is little more than a Seems Faster™ update, it's always encouraging to see driver updates hitting Microsoft's Surface line. If you notice any significant changes as a result of these new drivers, let us know in the comments.
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