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  1. Microsoft's Surface Duo gets its first post-release firmware update Microsoft's Surface Duo has been on the market for less than a month, as it arrived on September 10. As is typical for any Surface product, it got a day-one firmware update, but today, it's getting its first post-release firmware update. This update, which is version 2020.910.72, is only available for the unlocked variant of the device, unlike with the day-one update. According to Microsoft, it should be coming to the AT&T model soon. As you'd expect, it incl
  2. Surface Laptop 3 gets firmware updates to address display and keyboard issues Microsoft has released a new set of driver and firmware updates for the Surface Laptop 3, in addition to the separate set of updates for the Surface Pro X. The Surface Laptop 3 comes in Intel and AMD-based variants, and the set of updates arriving today is only for the versions with Intel processors. For reference, that's the 13.5-inch version of the Surface Laptop 3, or any variant of the Surface Laptop 3 for Business. The updates address a number of issues with different aspects
  3. Microsoft's Surface Pro X gets firmware updates with a whole bunch of improvements Microsoft seems to be updating its Surface Pro X pretty regularly, with a new firmware update rolling out just a month ago. A new update is available, and in fact, this is the sixth update for the 10-month-old product. This update is available for all Surface Pro X devices on Windows 10 version 1903 or higher; yes, that's all of them. And while there are a ton of fixes and improvements, this will only show up as a single firmware update, thanks to the nature of Windows on ARM.
  4. Microsoft Surface Pro 6 and Pro (5th Gen) get new firmware updates Microsoft has released a new set of firmware updates for the Surface Pro 6 and Pro (5th gen). The new update improves stability as well as improves battery Smart Charging. You can head down to check out the full changelog of the update. Surface Pro 6 Windows Update History Name Device Manager Name Version and Update Surface – Firmware – 235.3261.768.0 Surface UEFI – Firmware 235.3261.768.0
  5. Surface Go receives the September firmware update Microsoft has released a fresh batch of firmware updates for the first-gen Microsoft Surface Go. The new update improves Smart Charging reliability, camera experience and more. The new update comes just after Microsoft released the September firmware updates for other Surface devices. You can head down to check out the official changelog for the update: Windows Update History Name Device Manager Name Version and Update Surface – Firmware –
  6. Surface Laptop 1 is getting September 2020 firmware update Microsoft has released the September 2020 firmware update for the Surface Laptop. The update includes no new features, as you’d expect from a firmware update. But the update does bring improvements — it improves the battery smart charging reliability. Beyond that, the update includes no bug fixes and performance improvements. You can read the full official changelog below. CHANGELOG Surface – Firmware – 145.603.139.0 Surface System Aggregator – Firmware 145.603.139.0
  7. Microsoft is rolling out a series of new firmware updates for Microsoft Surface Pro X users. The new firmware updates bring improvements to Teams app, system stability while using the camera and more. This is the first firmware update of the year for Surface Pro X users and is available for those running Windows 10 version 1809 or greater. Here's what's new: Device Manager Name Version and Update Qualcomm(R) Adreno (TM) 680 GPU 26.18.0901.8000 improves the Teams app experience.
  8. Yesterday, Microsoft released the Surface Pro X, the first Surface device running Windows 10 on an ARM chipset, specifically the Microsoft SQ1, which is a slightly customized version of the Snapdragon 8cx. Now, the company has added the Pro X to the Surface update history page, along with the first list of firmware updates for it. The updates are available for those running Windows 10 version 1903 or later, and they'll show up as a single update in Windows Update, which is somewhat unusual. This might be because ARM chipsets usually include many of the hardware components the devic
  9. Surface Pro X users are finding that they can't update Surface Dock firmware If you're using a Surface Pro X with a Surface Dock, you might be finding that you can't update the firmware on your Surface Dock, and you're not alone. As spotted by Windows Central and noted in a Reddit thread, users are seeing an error that says, "This installation package is not supported by this processor type. Contact your product vendor." Obviously, the processor type is ARM64, and the Surface Pro X is the only ARM64 Surface, and the only ARM Surface with a modern Surface Con
  10. Vulnerability in AMD’s Secure Encrypted Virtualization for EPYC: Update Now to Build 22 One of the key elements of building a processor is that designing a secure product involves reducing the ‘attack surface’ as much as possible: the fewer ways an attack can get in, the safer your product is. For the white knights of the security world, when a vulnerability is found, the process usually goes through a period of reasonable disclosure, i.e. the issue is presented to the company, and they are often given a certain time to fix the issue (to help customers) before the full
  11. The launch of AMD's Ryzen 3000 series has been undeniably successful thus far, but early Zen 2 buyers have run up against two curious and vastly different bugs: not being able to play Destiny 2 on Windows 10, and not being able to boot up Linux machines using more recent kernels. Good news for both camps is incoming, as AMD just sent word that a fix is coming within the next few days. An AMD representative just provided this statement via email: "AMD has identified the root cause and implemented a BIOS fix for an issue impacting the ability to run certai
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