Microsoft ends support for Surface Laptop 2

In previous news, Microsoft announced that it will officially stop supporting Surface Hub 55 and 84 on November 30, a digital collaboration tool for businesses and schools launched seven years ago. No new firmware and driver updates will be provided to these two devices in the future, but system updates will be provided. Microsoft also announced that it will stop supporting Surface Laptop 2 on December 28, 2022.

Today, Microsoft officially stopped supporting Surface Laptop 2 today. Surface Laptop 2 is a notebook computer launched by Microsoft in October 2018. It is pre-installed with the Windows 10 Home Edition operating system, equipped with Intel’s eighth-generation Core i5-8250U processor and Intel GMA UHD 620 integrated graphics, with 8GB/16GB memory and 128GB/1TB SSD storage configuration. This device is equipped with a 13.5-inch ultra-high-definition screen with a resolution of 2256×1504, it also supports ten-point touch. The product is positioned as a thin and light notebook for business office and campus students.

Although Microsoft stopped supporting Surface Laptop 2 on firmware and driver updates, there are still system-level updates, and Surface Laptop 2 is compatible with Win11 systems. However, considering compatibility issues, it is better for users who pursue system stability to keep the current system version. It may not be easy to find corresponding solutions for problems encountered after upgrading the system.
This year, Microsoft has stopped supporting many products, including the recent Surface Go, Surface Hub 55 and 84, and Surface Laptop 2. The next product may be Surface Book 2. This is also a notebook that was launched in 2018, and it is equipped with an Intel Core i7-8650U processor and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 graphics card. It has been on the market for more than 4 years now.