Surface RT devices have already scored two updates that aim to fix problems with ‘limited’ WiFi connectivity, and now Microsoft is pushing out a third patch that aims to put its wireless troubles to rest. Redmond’s fresh code also beefs up support for a “wide range” of access points and stomps out system crashes caused by some WiFi issues. As for Surface Pro, its own April update smoothes out Surface Type and Touch cover connectivity kinks, adds support for Japanese keyboards on North American hardware, stomps a bug that disables the WiFi driver when airplane mode is toggled and addresses an issue with touch navigation in the UEFI boot menu. Microsoft’s remedy should get sucked down to your slate automatically, but you can grab it by hand through Windows Update as well.
Via: The Register