Microsoft seems to have prepared a bunch of improvements for its Surface Pro 3 tablet, and the company took time to out to detail upcoming firmware releases. The changelog has been provided ahead of time to aid
Redmond seems to have finally nailed an extremely annoying problem. Surface Pro 3 WiFi issues have been nagging users for ever since this deluxe tablet launched. And while there were hints that this problem was fixed this
This really is getting old rather fast now. Admittedly, wireless connectivity issues are one of the hardest ones to fix, but the Surface Pro 3 WiFi problem has taken another turn now. For the worse, if you
Smack on target, Microsoft have launched a new Surface Pro 3 firmware update. And according to the release notes, this one takes care of the limited WiFi bug once and for all. The problem was reported by
As Microsoft promised on Patch Tuesday, a new fix for Surface Pro 3 tablets has been rolled out, aiming to fix the limited WiFi connectivity issue that is affecting many units. Surface Pro 3 owners can grab
Word on the grapevine last week was that Microsoft was to preparing a fix for the Surface Pro 3 WiFi issue that has been bugging the tablet owners every time they woke up their slates from sleep.
The secret is out, folks. Surface Pro 3 suffers from a similar widespread WiFi issue that plagued other tablets in the family. Luckily, Microsoft is on it, and is preparing a fix for this pesky little problem.
In a perfect world, this limited WiFi connectivity issue would not even exist. Or it would have been take care of after it was first discovered in the original Surface RT and Pro models. Taken care of,
As is the case with most other spheres of computing, rapid advancements are also being made in WiFi technologies like the IEE 802.11ad standard, which is commonly referred to as WiGig. This technology makes use of the
Redmond’s newest tablet has just made its way to the store shelves, with sales having started a couple of weeks back. Sadly, the wide scale launch has also given way to a wide spread problem. It is