Microsoft Surface devices may overheat due to a variety of reasons. Here are some of the most common causes:
Avoid using resource-intensive applications for extended periods of time.
Keep your Surface device’s ventilation system clear of dust and debris.
Ensure that your device’s software and firmware are up-to-date.
Use your device in a cool environment and avoid exposing it to direct sunlight.
Avoid charging your device for extended periods of time.
If your Surface device continues to overheat despite taking these steps, it may be a good idea to contact Microsoft Support or Esmond Service Centre for assistance.