Microsoft is currently rolling out a new set of firmware updates for its all in one PC, Surface Studio. The Firmware update comes with compatibility for Windows Mixed Reality which the company plans to introduce to its Surface Line of devices.

The Firmware updates is the first update which has been released for the Surface Studio since its Launch to the general public. The update does not brings anything new in terms of features, stability, reliability or battery life but comes with some enhanced performance and compatibility for the All in One PC.

The update comes with compatibility support for Windows Mixed Reality with the NVIDIA GTX driver update along with the Marvell Bluetooth driver pre release update. As per the changelog on Microsoft Surface Studio update page the firmware update comes with the following enhancements:

  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX driver In Display adapters: required to support Windows Mixed Reality features.
  • Marvell AVASTAR Bluetooth Radio Adapter in Bluetooth:15.68.9120.47 required to support Windows Mixed Reality features.
  • Marvell AVASTAR Wireless-AC Network Controller in Network adapters: 15.68.9112.23 required to support Windows Mixed Reality features.

The driver now made available for the Surface Studio are in preparation for the Windows Mixed Reality drivers on the Surface Studio. After the finalization of the Windows Mixed Reality the company plans to push out the update via Windows Update, the ETA which has not yet been confirmed by the Redmond Giant.

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