Microsoft pushes out a driver and firmware update for Surface Book 2

One of my biggest surprises when starting up my Surface Book 2 was that it shipped with the Creators Update rather than the Fall Creators Update, resulting in hours of updates needing to be installed.

Microsoft is now correcting that with a new Firmware and Driver update tailoring the device to the Fall Creators Update. It also brings support for Windows Mixed Reality to the device and of course improves performance and stability.

The official changelog for devices still on the Creators Update reads:

  • Intel(R) HD Graphics 620 (v22.20.16.4840) improves system stability.
  • Surface Dial Filter (v1.19.136.0) improves system stability.
  • Surface DTX (v2.27.136.0) improves system stability.
  • Surface Integration (v4.6.136.0) improves system stability.
  • Surface Ucsi Device (v2.14.136.0) improves system stability.
  • Surface UEFI (v387.1879.769.0) improves system stability.

The changelog for devices already updated to the  Windows 10 Fall Creators Update reads:

  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 (v23.21.13.8808) provides support for Windows Mixed Reality features.
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 (v23.21.13.8808) provides support for Windows Mixed Reality features.
  • Surface ACPI Notify Driver (v5.15.136.00) provides support for Windows Mixed Reality features.
  • Surface Integration Service Device (v4.14.136.0) provides support for Windows Mixed Reality features.

To pull the update directly go to Settings> Update & Security> Windows Update> Check for Updates, else simply wait to be notified of its availability.

Via WindowsLatest.

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