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Microsoft’s new Surface devices are easier to repair than ever before

Illustration of screw positions on a Surface Pro 10
The new Surface Pro 10 for Business is easier to repair. | Image: Microsoft

Microsoft is making it easier to service and repair its new Surface Pro 10 and Surface Laptop 6 devices. The software giant is adding QR codes on the internal components of both new Surface devices, alongside internal markings on the Surface Pro 10 for Business, to make it easier to identify the screws and driver types for certain components.

“They have easy serviceability with clear visual icons and built-in repair instructions,” explains Nancie Gaskill, general manager of the Surface business, in an interview with The Verge. These changes make the Surface Pro 10 and Surface Laptop 6 the “most easily serviceable Surface devices ever,” according to Gaskill.

On the Surface Pro 10, you’ll be able to replace the following components:

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