As promised, Microsoft has started selling its Surface 3 and Surface Pro 3 tablets with Windows 10 pre-installed on the Microsoft Store website.
Microsoft is pushing out firmware updates for both its Surface 3 and Surface Pro 3 tablets, but as of this writing there's no word yet on what new features, improvements or bug fixes they contain.
Microsoft has announced that the number of business resellers for its Surface tablets will increase from a few hundred partners to a few thousand in the coming months.
The Surface Pro 3 is a great device loved by many. So why on earth would you swap it for the smaller, less powerful Surface 3? It's not just lunacy, here's the main reasons why.
Microsoft has pushed a firmware update to the Surface Pro 3 that prepares the tablet for Windows 10 and brings improvements to Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity.
Windows Insider member Gabriel Aul has posted a workaround that could help Surface Pro 3 owners who have been unable to install the new Windows 10 build 10122.
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