Microsoft revealed its first quarter 2014 financial results (the period of July 2013 through September 2013), primarily showing growth in revenue and net income.

The company brought in $18.53 billion in revenue in the quarter, a 16 percent increase from its reported revenue from Q1 2013 report one year ago, $16.01 billion. This is also a 6.88 percent decline from its $19.9 billion revenue reported in the last quarter. Microsoft also reported $6.33 billion in net income, a 19 percent increase from last year.

The earnings report noted a deferral of $113 million of revenue from Windows 8.1 pre-sales as well as a four percent growth in devices and consumer revenue to $7.46 billion.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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