Microsoft Surface Pro 3, the tablet that can replace your laptop, so far has received mostly positive reviews. The device was announced and revealed back in May but it’s been only a couple of days since the device was released and available.
For those who already have purchased the device and for those who are eagerly waiting for the device to be available in their part of the world, Microsoft has released two PDF guides: Microsoft Surface Pro 3 User Guide and Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Quick Start Guide.
As the name suggests, Surface Pro 3 User Guide includes detailed instructions, tips and tricks to make the most out of the device. On the other side, Surface Pro 3 Quick Start Guide covers instructions to setup Surface Pro and the Pen. The second guide is meant for users who have previously used Windows 8.1 and seeking assistance to setup the device.
Surface Pro 3 User Guide and Quick Start Guide
Surface Pro 3 User Guide covers detailed information about the device, including touch screen, Surface pen, and kickstand. The manual also includes instructions to setup the pen by installing the AAAA battery. In addition to the basics, the this PDF guide also shows how to use the built-in apps such as Internet Explorer 11, Mail, People, Skype, Music, Camera, OneDrive, and Microsoft Office on your Surface Pro 3 with and without the help of the Pen.
For those who’re using a Windows-based tablet for the first time, the guide covers all supported touch gestures and how to execute keyboard shortcuts using the on-screen keyboard.
If you need additional information about Surface Pro 3 BIOS/UEFI you can find it in this guide. How to connect and boot from a USB device is also available in this official PDF guide. Lastly, you can find information about how to take care of your Surface Pro 3 and its battery for a trouble-free life.
Whether you’re planning to get Surface Pro 3 or own it, this 108-page User Guide has some valuable information that you might not know. If you own a Surface Pro 2 and not sure what’s the difference between Pro 2 and 3, please go through our difference between Surface Pro 3 and Pro 2 guide for detailed information.