Yes, you heard me. They’re even taking back the books you’ve ordered and paid for so practically everyone will lose their books. This is sad for college students that thought they could save a couple of dollars. The situation is not that bad though as Microsoft has promised a full refund of the books plus an additional 25$ if you’ve used the annotations within the book.
The reason the browser is shutting down is because an early review from the PC World noted that there was a lack of features within windows and there are so many things that have not made it to the edges teaching experience. This closure means that this is the third Microsoft reading failure in the decade it highlights the vulnerability of property in a streaming age. This also means that its going to be super weird when a book propertier comes in your home and takes away your books because their stores have closed. Confused? Me too.