Windows 10 was designed to be a service, which means it automatically gets better through periodic software updates. The great news is that you usually don’t have to do anything to get the latest Windows 10 updates—they'll download and install whenever they’re available. Most Windows updates focus on performance and security improvements to keep you going 24/7.
One thing we’re hearing from you is that you want to know more about what's in our Windows 10 updates, so we're providing more details on this page. In the list below, the most recent Windows update is listed first. Installing the most recent update ensures that you also get any previous updates you might have missed, including security updates. Microsoft Store apps are updated through the Microsoft Store (managed by the Surface Hub's system administrator). Details about app updates are provided on a per-app basis.
We'll be refreshing this page as new updates are released, so stay tuned for the latest info. And thank you for helping us learn and get better with each update!
Please refer to the “Surface Hub Important Information” page for related topics on current and past releases that may require your attention.
Windows 10 Team Creators Update 1703
This update to the Surface Hub includes quality improvements and security fixes .
Key updates to Surface Hub, not already outlined in Windows 10 Update History , include:
- Skype for Business fixes:
- Resolves Skype for Business connection issue when resuming from sleep
- Resolves Skype for Business network connection issue, when device is connected to Internet
- Resolves Skype for Business crash when searching for users from directory
- Resolves issue where the Hub mistakenly reports “No Internet connection” in enterprise proxy environments.
- Implemented a feature allowing customers to op-in to a new Whiteboard experience.
Please refer to the Surface Hub Admin guide for enabling/disabling device features and services.