Surface Laptop 3 gets firmware updates to address display and keyboard issues

Microsoft has released a new set of driver and firmware updates for the Surface Laptop 3, in addition to the separate set of updates for the Surface Pro X. The Surface Laptop 3 comes in Intel and AMD-based variants, and the set of updates arriving today is only for the versions with Intel processors. For reference, that's the 13.5-inch version of the Surface Laptop 3, or any variant of the Surface Laptop 3 for Business.

The updates address a number of issues with different aspects of the device, including automatic brightness adjustments and an issue where the keyboard might register multiple keystrokes. Here's the full list of updates:

Windows Update History Name Device Manager Name Version and Update
Surface - Firmware - 7.124.140.0 Surface UEFI - Firmware

7.124.140.0

  • Addresses issues related to the automatic brightness adjustment at low brightness.
Surface -Firmware - 14.310.139.0 Surface System Aggregator - Firmware

14.310.139.0

  • Improves device stability and battery reliability.
Surface - System devices - 6.94.139.0 Surface Integration Service Device - System devices

6.94.139.0

  • Improves reliability related to the Surface App experience.
Surface - Firmware - 14.102.139.0 Surface Keyboard - Firmware

14.102.139.0

  • Resolves keystroke repeat issues.

As usual, the updates are available for users running Windows 10 version 1903 - the May 2019 Update - or newer, which should apply to everyone, considering the Surface Laptop 3 released in late 2019. The updates should install automatically through Windows Update, but you can always check for updates yourself if you're not in the mood to wait.

If you have an AMD variant of the Surface Laptop 3, the latest set of updates was released earlier this month, and it fixed a number of issues with that particular version.

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