Surface Book 2 (2017)

Surface Book 2 November 2017 firmware update releases

Microsoft quickly pushes firmware update for its new Surface Book 2 laptop improve stability and Windows Mixed Reality.

Surface Book 2 became available for purchase on November 16, and just four days later, Microsoft is quickly rolling out the first firmware update for both models of the laptop.

According to the company’s support website, the update released on November 18 is available for Windows 10 version 1709 and version 1703, and brings stability and improvements for Windows Mixed Reality.

Here’s the list of changes for the November 18 firmware update for Surface Book 2.

Surface Book 2 November 18, 2017, improvements

Windows 10 version 1703 (Creators Update)

  • Intel UHD Graphics 620 – Display adapters: 22.20.16.4840 improves system stability.
  • Intel HD Graphics 620 – Display adapters: 22.20.16.4840 improves system stability.
  • Surface UEFI – Firmware: 387.1879.769.0 improves system stability.
  • Surface Dial Filter – Human Interface Devices: 1.19.136.0 improves system stability.
  • Surface Integration – System devices: 4.6.136.0 improves system stability.
  • Surface DTX – System devices: 2.27.136.0 improves system stability.
  • Surface UCSI Device – Universal Serial Bus controllers: 2.14.136.0 improves system stability.

Windows 10 version 1709 (Fall Creators Update)

  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050- Device adapters: 23.21.13.8808 required to support Windows Mixed Reality features.
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060- Device adapters: 23.21.13.8808 required to support Windows Mixed Reality features.
  • Surface ACPI Notify Driver – System devices: 5.15.136.0 required to support Windows Mixed Reality features.
  • Surface Integration Service Device – System devices: 4.14.136.0 required to support Windows Mixed Reality features.

The new November 2017 firmware update for Surface Book 2 should download and install automatically. However, if you have not received the update on your Surface, then go to Settings > Update & security > Windows Update and try to force the download manually.

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