Surface Hub starts getting Windows 10 Team 2020 Update

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Microsoft started rolling out the Windows 10 Team 2020 Update for the Surface Hub 2S last week, starting with Germany and the Netherlands. The update spread to Hub 2S users globally starting yesterday, and today it's time for the original Surface Hub to get the update.

The update is available for both the 55- and 84-inch models of the original Surface Hub, as long as you have enabled full telemetry on the device. Right now, the update will be available in a few countries, including Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Belgium, Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland, and UK. Starting next week, on March 2, it should be available in all markets around the world.

The update can be downloaded from Windows Update and Windows Update for Business, but you can also download the Surface Hub Recovery Tool and use it to get the update immediately. This might be the best method if you want to avoid enabling full telemetry on the device.

Microsoft notes that the update will be rolled out over the coming weeks, so it may take some time for it to show up on every device. This should help prevent any issues from spreading to every user. It's a good idea to check out the known issues with the Windows 10 Team 2020 Update before making the jump. Also, keep in mind that version 1703 will only be supported through March 16, so you shouldn't wait too long to update.

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