Select your Surface model from the list below, then select the attached link for the latest firmware and drivers for sound, display, ethernet, and Wi-Fi for your Surface.
You'll be redirected to the Download Center details page for your device. Multiple downloads may be available, depending on the product you select.
- If you don't know your Surface model, select the search box on the taskbar and type Surface, select the Surface app from the menu, then select Your Surface . Your model will be listed on the screen that appears.
- To find out which version and build of Windows you're using, select Start > Settings > System > About , then look under Windows Specifications to find your operating system version and OS build number.
Open About settings
- To update your Surface with the latest drivers and firmware from the Download Center, select the .msi file name that matches your Surface model and version of Windows. For example, to update a Surface Book 2 with build 15063 of Windows 10, choose SurfaceBook2_Win10_15063_1702009_2.msi. For a Surface Book 2 with build 16299 of Windows 10, choose SurfaceBook2_Win10_16299_1703009_2.msi.
For more info about the Surface MSI naming convention, see Deploy the latest firmware and drivers for Surface devices.
If there's not an .msi file that corresponds to the build of Windows 10 you have installed, select the .msi file that's closest to (but still lower than) your build number.
*.msi files won't work for Windows 10 in S Mode.
Other Surface models
If your Surface isn’t listed above—for example, if you have an older product like Surface RT—that means .msi update files are not currently available for that device. We recommend connecting to Windows Update to update those Surface models. Here’s how:
- Select Start > Settings > Update & security > Windows Update .
- Select Check for updates. If updates are available, they will install automatically. You may need to restart your Surface after the updates have installed.
Check for Windows updates
For more info about Windows Update and to learn how to see which updates you have installed, see Update Surface firmware and Windows 10.
If you’re an IT professional and are preparing or updating custom Windows images for your Surface devices, download imaging files from the Download Center to ensure that your image uses the latest firmware and drivers.
If you’re building a new reference image to be deployed, download the .msi package, which can be imported into System Center Configuration Manager, Microsoft Deployment Toolkit, or other deployment tools. For more information, see Manage Surface driver and firmware updates.