Microsoft this week shipped a new driver update for the Surface Studio, but it's a small one. The update contains a single fix that improves the reliability of the Xbox Wireless Adapter, which lets you connect a wireless controller to your PC (via Neowin).
Here's a look at the official release notes:
- Xbox – Network adapters – 22.214.171.124: Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows – Network adapters – 126.96.36.199 improves reliability of the Xbox Wireless Adapter.
This is the first firmware update for the Surface Studio since January and, according to the Surface Update tracker, it began rolling out on May 4. If you own a Surface Studio, the update should be available now via Windows Update. Alternatively, you can manually download and install the Surface Pro drivers and firmware bundle from Microsoft.
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