Microsoft has recently released a new firmware update for the Surface Pro tablet, the first for this device. It’s not only about the usual security fixes, but a bit more.
This update brings fixes to Wi-Fi reliability allowing for better roaming and improvements to "Limited" connectivity scenarios and improves on-screen keyboard detection synchronization when going in and out of sleep.
The “Windows To Go” feature is now enabled. With this, users can create a USB flash drive from which they can boot and run the Windows 8 Enterprise OS.
If you haven't updated your device until now, you should know that, when the latest firmware is installed, it contains the fixes and features brought by its predecessors as well.
Updating the Surface Pro is no big deal. The new releases from Microsoft are usually automatically installed through Windows Update.
If you prefer a manual installation, open “PC Settings,” click “Settings” and then “Change PC settings.” Under that tab, hit “Windows Update,” followed by “Check for Updates.”