This week, Microsoft released a driver update for its Surface Studio all-in-one PC, the first such update that the device has received since January 10. Today's update is small, which just a fix for compatibility with the Xbox Wireless Adapter, a USB dongle that allows you to wirelessly connect an Xbox One controller.
Here's the full changelog:
|Windows Update History Name||Device Manager Name|
|Xbox – Network adapters – 184.108.40.206||
Xbox Wireless Adapter for Windows – Network adapters
According to the company's Value Indicator chart, the update improves reliability and compatibility, with no effect on security, connectivity, performance, or battery life.
A year and a half old now, the Surface Studio is the one consumer PC in Microsoft's hardware lineup that's in dire need of a refresh. It still uses a sixth-generation HQ-series processor, which is designed for high-powered laptops, and Microsoft hasn't even discounted it. You can buy one right now on the Microsoft Store for up to $4,199. Hopefully, the company announces a new model soon.
To download the full drivers and firmware bundle for the Surface Studio, you can find it here.