Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Update

Microsoft Surface Pro 3 is the first successful Surface device that is widely used by consumer and enterprise customers. Despite its 4 years old, Microsoft is still continuing to provide firmware updates to the device. Likewise, my sister’s Surface Pro 3 can handle well for the day-to-day tasks at her workplace.

Today, Microsoft has rolled out another firmware update to all Surface Pro 3 running Windows 10 Fall Creators Update or greater. This new update will improve your Surface Pro 3 battery life while you’re not using it.

A complete changelog of Surface Pro 3 firmware updates (10 September 2018)

According to Surface Pro 3 history page, here are the full details for September 10, 2018 update for Surface Pro 3:

Windows Update History NameDevice Manager Name
Surface – Firmware – 3.11.2550.0Surface UEFI – Firmware

  • 3.11.2550.0 improves battery stability for devices, not in use.
Surface – Firmware – Embedded Controller Firmware – Firmware

  • improves battery stability for devices, not in use.
Surface – System – 2.0.1350.0Surface Integration – System devices

  • 2.0.1350.0 improves battery stability for devices, not in use.

Updating your Surface Pro 3 via Windows Update

You can get this new Firmware Update by:

  1. Go to Start > Settings > Update & security > Windows Update
  2. Click on Check for updates

If your Surface Pro 3 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 Pro 3 from Microsoft Download Center.

Surface Pro 3 Drivers and Firmware page