Microsoft rolled out new firmware updates (September 17, 2019) for the 1st gen Surface Studio
Microsoft is rolling out a number of new driver and firmware updates (September 17, 2019) for the Surface Studio to improve graphics performance, inking experience, and more.
Microsoft has started rolling out new firmware updates for its first-generation Surface Studio. This update will be available to all Microsoft Surface Studio devices running Windows 10 April 2018 Update, version 1803 or later.
The new firmware updates will improve the device’s graphics performance, inking experience, and improve device stability. The update is listed as “September 17 release” in the Surface Studio Update History page.
A complete changelog of Surface Studio firmware updates (September 17, 2019)
Below is the complete list of the new driver and firmware version with improvement information for the update.
|Windows Update History Name||Device Manager Name|
|NVIDIA – Display – 188.8.131.5240||NVIDIA GeForce GTX 965M – Display adapters|
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980M – Display adapters
|Surface – Human Interface Device – 23.608.139.0||Surface Pen Settings – Human Interface Device|
Updating your Surface Studio via Windows Update
You can get this new Firmware Update by:
- Go to Start > Settings > Update & security > Windows Update
- Click on Check for updates
If your Surface Studio didn’t have the update installed yet, it should appear on the Windows Update page now.
Downloading the update from Microsoft Download Center
Either way, you can also download the latest cumulative driver and firmware update for Surface Studio from Microsoft Download Center.
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