Surface Pro 3 is a very attractive device for buying as a laptop plus tablet replacement. Compared to previous generations of Surface Pro, the third iteration of the Microsoft's premium tablet comes with better battery life, great screen resolution and a really powerful Intel Core processor. For those users who like the Surface Pro 3 hardware but prefer Linux instead of Windows, I would like to share with you a way to install Linux.
One of my friends, a lucky owner of the Microsoft Surface tablet, has discovered a annoying bug in his device. When the Wi-Fi signal is not stable or suddenly disappears, the device behaves strangely: once the Wi-Fi signal is lost, it tries to connect, but ends up losing the ability to connect to ANY Wi-fi network. The other unfortunate thing is that this behavior of being unable to reconnect to any wireless connection is not limited to this particular case.