When you buy a new computer, you want it to be a workhorse.
And if you don’t, you might end up with a bad experience, which is why Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 comes with a keyboard that’s the same keyboard it had before Windows 10 was launched.
The Surface Pro 4, which has a slightly larger screen, is a better keyboard, but you’ll need a keyboard with a trackpad and mouse to get the most out of it.
In this guide, we’ll show you how to upgrade your Surface Pro or Surface Pro 2 to Windows 8.1, and then you can get the full Windows 10 experience.
Start with the basics If you’re new to upgrading to Windows, the first thing you should do is check out our guide to getting started with Windows 10.
The rest of this guide will help you set up your computer, and will also give you an idea of how to install Windows 10 if you already have a computer running Windows 7.
If you don and want to upgrade, follow the steps below: Install the Windows 10 Creators Update