It looks like Microsoft is working hard on the new updates for its tablet and hybrid devices. After presenting, maybe a little surprising update for Windows 8.1 RT devices, the company now revealed new updates for its much popular Surface Pro 2 and Surface Pro 3 devices.
The purpose of this update for both Surface Pro 3 and Surface Pro 2 is to solve probably the most common problem users are having after the upgrade to Windows 10, the problem with drivers. Both devices will get a solid driver pack which will solve the screen problems, if you have any.
As both devices are running Intel graphics card, logically the update will be from the Intel’s HD Graphics Family, and the improved version will come under the number of v10.18.15.4256. Besides improving the graphical performances of these two devices, the new driver update will also bring some more stability to the system.
This update appears to be available only for Surface Pro 3 and Surface Pro 2 tablets, as no other devices were mentioned by Microsoft (Of course, we already know that the company is preparing some updates for Surface RT). So, if you’re using one of these two devices, you should head to the Update section and check if the driver update already arrived for your Surface Pro.
Users have reported that even after the release of the full version of Windows 10, they’re still finding bugs on their Surface Pro devices, but Microsoft is for sure working to fix them, and the release of this graphics driver update proves that.
When you download the update, feel free to inform us in the comments about the improvements you noticed after applying this driver update set, and about your experience of using Windows 10 on a Surface Pro device, in global.