However, the company isn’t replacing the recovery image, instead users wanting to recover their tablets have the choice to download the image with either Windows 8.1 and Windows 10. The new recovery image featuring Windows 10 will really help Surface Pro 3 owners who have already upgraded, and if they need to recover their device, they don’t have to go through the upgrade process once more. The new recovery image is available for download for any Surface Pro 3 owner through the Surface support center online, and here’s how you can get it.

Download Surface Pro 3 Windows 10 recovery image

Once you have completed the process, you can use the recovery drive with the image to reset your Surface Pro 3 device to the default factory settings or to refresh your device. Microsoft has also documented the instructions to recover your Surface using a USB recovery drive.

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