Surface Book 2 Updated for Windows 10 Version 1803

Posted on May 10, 2018 by Paul Thurrott in Microsoft Surface with 6 Comments

Microsoft’s recently-released Surface Book 2 has been updated to enhance its support for Windows 10 version 1803.

“We’ve released a new update for Surface Book 2 devices with Windows 10 Version 1803 and above,” Microsoft’s Brandon Records notes. “This update includes a new driver for Surface Integration that improves hibernation on Windows 10 April 2018 Update.”

This update isn’t showing up on the Surface Book 2 Updates History website. But Records says it includes the following update.

SurfaceBook2Win101713418022091.msi. Surface Integration v4.7.136.0 improves hibernation on Windows 10 April 2018 Update.

And checking the system, I do see the update is now available.


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Comments (7)

7 responses to “Surface Book 2 Updated for Windows 10 Version 1803”

  1. Peter Vassiliou

    Is this for the 15 or the 13" model? I don't see any updates for my 13" SFBook2

  2. wspaw

    I still can't install 1803 on my SB2 15 in.

  3. scoob101

    Anyone know what "improved hibernation" means?

    My book2 hibernates perfectly already, as far as I can tell....

  4. dexman335

    I purchased a 15" Surface Book 2.

    Due to display problems during startup while running on battery power (the display would become fully bright at the login screen and then go out. The power button had to be pressed 2x to bring the display back). The Microsoft Store that I bought it from replaced it with another new unit. Within two days, it, too, was exhibiting the same symptoms when running on various iterations of Windows 10.

    I ended up stepping down to a Surface Laptop. I miss the physical build of the SB2, but, the video woes just became too much to bear for an almost $3000 device. Hopefully an update or two will resolve the issue.

    So far, so good with the Laptop. The display has been well behaved as has the trackpad (some users are reporting that the trackpads are developing issues possibly after W10 updates).

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