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New December Firmware and Driver updates now available for Surface Book.

A new firmware and driver update is rolling out to users using the Microsoft’s Surface Book. This update is available for devices running Windows 10 Creators Update (Version 1703) or above.

These updates are usually provided via the Windows Update service and are delivered in stages to Surface customers. So, if the update is not available on your machine now, don’t worry, it should be available in the coming days.

These updates improve multi-touch, performance in some applications, device graphics performance, Cortana speech recognition, pen connectivity when the device wakes from sleep and more.

Below is the full list of updates to the Surface Book devices:

December 2017 updates

Dec 7 release

The following update is being delivered to Surface Book devices on Windows 10:

Windows Update History Name Device Manager Name
Intel Corporation – HIDClass – 1.2.0.99 Intel(R) Precise Touch Device – Human Interface Devices

  • 2.0.99 improves multi-touch and pen connectivity when the device wakes from sleep.
Intel Corporation – System – 9.21.0.2853 Intel(R) Smart Sound (SST) Audio Bus – System devices

  • 09.21.00.2853 improves video performance in some applications.
Intel Corporation – System – 9.21.0.2853 Intel(R) Smart Sound Technology (SST) OED– System devices

  • 09.21.00.2853 improves video performance in some applications.
NVIDIA – Display – 23.21.13.8808 NVIDIA GeForce GTX  – Display adapter

  • 23.21.13.8808 improves device graphics performance.
Realtek – Media – 6.0.1.8242 Realtek High Definition Audio(SST) – Sound, video, and GC

  • 6.0.1.8242 improves Cortana speech recognition.
Microsoft – Storage -11.0.0.1 Surface NVM Express Controller – Storage Controllers

  • 11.0.0.1 improves storage performance.
Surface – System – 2.27.136.0 Surface DTX – System devices

  • 2.27.136.0 improves system stability.
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