Surface Laptop update brings enhanced docking compatibility

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Microsoft’s Surface Laptop is still an ideal choice for anyone looking to compete at top level. Now, the machine gets a significant update that will improve the docking compatibility. The power of Surface Laptop can optimize performance, and keep the work going smoothly.

You can do all the things that you want to do on this system with high protection that you can count on and also a lasting performance with Windows 10 is S mode. You can get work done with Office all day long, but you can also listen to iTunes and Spotify, or unwind with your favorite shows on Hulu and Netflix.

Update your Surface Laptop

Microsoft just released a brand new firmware update for the Surface Laptop. The update targets the Surface System Aggregator, and it brings improvements for the docking compatibility. The update will be downloaded and installed automatically, and you will find it listed in the Windows Update history named “Surface – Firmware – 135.2139.257.0”.

Microsoft’s official notes state that there are no prerequisites for installing the update. All you have to do after installing it is to restart your machine, and you’re good to go. It’s also important to note that this update will not replace another previously released one.

You can download the update manually

You can also download the update manually. The update consists of more files that you can download from here. Once you hit the download button, you will be prompted to select the files that you need. The firmware and driver package consists of drivers for all of the components from the Surface Laptop and updates to the system firmware that have been released via Windows Update.

These drivers and firmware are compatible with Windows 10, including Enterprise versions, The driver MSI files include all of the drivers and firmware needed to deploy custom images of Windows on your Surface devices.

The drivers and firmware are compatible with Windows 10 including the Enterprise version.

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