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Surface devices will receive driver and firmware updates until the date listed in the Surface Driver and Firmware Lifecycle policy.

To keep your Surface Laptop Go 3 performing its best, make sure that you have the latest Surface updates.

How to get updates

Surface updates are released in stages—not every Surface will receive updates at the same time, but they'll be delivered to all devices. If you haven’t previously received updates, you can manually update by following the steps at Download drivers and firmware for Surface

You can quickly check the health of your Surface drivers and firmware using the Surface app.

Open the Surface app

  1. In the Surface app, expand Help & support to check if the update status is "You're up to date" or something else.

  2. If needed, select the option to update the devices.

    Note: If you don't have the Surface app installed, you can download the Surface app from the Microsoft Store. When it has downloaded, select Start, search for Surface, then select the app from the list of results.

Notes: 

  • Firmware updates can’t be uninstalled or reverted to an earlier version.

  • When you install the latest update, you'll also get all the previous updates if your Surface doesn't have them already. Only updates that apply to Surface will be downloaded and installed.

  • After the updates are installed, restart your device to complete the installation process. To restart your device, select Start , and then select Power > Restart.

Improvements and fixes in the updates

January 2024 updates

January 16 release

The following update is available for Surface Laptop Go 3 devices running Windows 10 September 2022 Update, Version 22H2, or greater.

This release contains the following components. The specific components installed are based on your device’s configuration.

Windows Update Name

Device Manager

Surface - System - 3.204.20.0

Surface Hot Plug - SAM - System devices

Surface - Surface System Management - 1.173.29.0

Surface SMF Intel CPU Client Driver (Microsoft) - System devices

Surface - System - 2.148.11.0

Surface SPT Core - System devices

Surface - System - 10.104.30.0

Surface System Telemetry Driver - System devices

Surface - Extension - 6.197.9.0

Microsoft Devices Telemetry Service - Extensions

Surface - System - 6.213.30.0

Surface Integration Service - System devices

October 2 release 

The following update is available for Surface Laptop Go 3 devices running Windows 10 September 2022 Update, Version 22H2, or greater.

Improvements and fixes:

  • Launch update for product experience improvements.

This release contains the following components. The specific components installed are based on your device’s configuration.

Windows Update Name

Device manager

Intel - System - 10.1.45.9

Intel(R) Host Bridge/DRAM Registers  - System devices

Intel Corporation - Display - 31.0.101.4502

Intel(R) Iris(R) Xe Graphics - Display adapters

Intel Corporation - Extension - 31.0.101.4502

Intel(R) Iris(R) Xe Graphics - Extension

Intel - Extension - 22.160.0.9

Intel(R) Wi-Fi 6 AX201 160MHz - Extension

Intel - net - 22.230.0.8

Intel(R) Wi-Fi 6 AX201 160MHz - Network adapters

Intel Corporation - Bluetooth - 22.230.0.2

Intel(R) Wireless Bluetooth® - Bluetooth

Realtek - Extension - 8.420.740.1

Realtek High Definition Audio(SST) - Extension

Surface - Firmware - 1.4.2.0

Samsung 128GB KLUDG4UHGC-B0E1 Storage Firmware Update - Firmware

Surface - System - 110.24.7.0

Surface Integration - System devices

Surface - Firmware - 11.6.139.0

Surface System Aggregator - Firmware

Additional steps for Surface Laptop Go 3

We are listening, and quality is a top priority. We want to let you know about additional information and steps that may be required after installing the latest update.

  • We recommend that you restart your Surface to complete any remaining part of the installation. To restart your device, select Start, and then select Power > Restart. If you still feel that your Surface device is not working correctly, visit our help page for Surface devices, choose how you would like to get support, enter what you need assistance with, and then follow the recommended help or articles.

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