Surface Pro 3 firmware update preps the tablet for Windows 10

The Surface Pro 3 has grabbed a firmware update, bringing some driver updates to improve Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity and adds support for new features in Windows 10.

Here's the breakdown of what this firmware update brings to the table for the Surface Pro 3:

  • Surface Pro UEFI update (v3.11.950.0) adds support for new features in Windows 10.

  • Wireless Network Controller and Bluetooth driver update (v15.68.3091.193) improves the system stability and the Wi-Fi connectivity experience, also increases the network download performance.

  • SATA AHCI Controller driver update (v9.4.0.1028) stabilizes deployment methodology on Surface Pro 3.

If you haven't picked it up yet, you can check for the update by navigating to Settings > Change PC Settings > Update and Recovery > Check Now. From there, grab the update and you should be off and running with some added support for Windows 10 just ahead of its July 29 launch.

Update: It looks like there's an update pushing to the Surface 3 as well, the details of which you can find below:

  • Surface System Aggregator Firmware update (v1.0.49500.0) improves the experience while using the Surface Cover.

  • Audio Device driver update (v603.9600.2563.61816) enhances audio performance and improves the audio experience on Surface 3.

  • Surface Pen Settings driver update (v4.0.112.1) enables new functionality with the Surface app, available for free in the Windows Store.

  • Camera driver update (v20.9600.3444.120) enhances the image and video quality while using camera.

  • HD Graphics driver update (v10.18.14.4175) improves the display stability and graphics performance.

  • Wireless Network Controller and Bluetooth driver update (v15.68.3091.193) improves the system stability and the Wi-Fi connectivity experience, also increases the network download performance.

Source: Microsoft Thanks for the tip, VineRider!