Just last month, Microsoft introduced a new firmware update for their Surface RT tablet which admittedly, has not fared as well as expected in the market. Well, I guess Microsoft has been in such a situation before with their original Xbox console that didn’t make much headway, if any, in Japan, but they persevered and the Xbox 360 did a whole lot better in comparison after that. Here we are with word that Microsoft has just introduced a new firmware update for both the Surface RT tablet as well as the Surface Pro tablet, which would be part of the monthly Patch Tuesday event.
The Surface RT patch notes point out that the UEFI firmware update was specially designed in order to improve the tablet’s audio capability even when its volume levels have been set to low. Not only that, this update will also fix what Microsoft called a “perceived pulsing” in the audio volume whenever the Surface RT happens to run on selected content, while the updated drivers help to “enhance stability and reliability.”
As for the Surface Pro, both the UEFI and System Aggregator firmware have been improved, so the entire system should be more stable and reliable. Have you patched up your respective Surface tablet already?