Microsoft made 26% less from its Surface lineup during the third fiscal quarter. Revenue from that division fell by 26% compared to the prior year. It went from $1.1 billion to $831 million. Although that was a negative part of the Q3 report, Microsoft otherwise reported fairly good performance.

Some of the Surface products are relatively old at this point and the Surface Book had problems after its launch. Those factors certainly contributed to a decline in revenue from the lineup.

Overall adjusted revenue increased 6% to $23.56 billion, though that missed analyst estimates of $23.62 billion.

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