For Microsoft, it has been determined to abandon the classic version of the Edge browser, and the Windows 10 21H1 feature update that will arrive in May will completely say goodbye to it. It is reported that in the Windows 10 20H2 feature update, the new Chromium-based Edge has become the default browser, but the classic version of Edge is still retained in the system.
In other words, there are three official browsers pre-installed in the current Windows 10 system, namely Chromium Edge (default), classic Microsoft Edge (hidden) and Internet Explorer (optional/disabled). The classic version of Edge has ceased support on March 9, and the cumulative update in April 2021 will be removed from the system.
In the support document updated on March 6, Microsoft quietly confirmed that Windows 10 21H1 will be the first feature update without the classic version of Edge, which means that the browser has been completely removed. After the feature update, you will no longer be able to find the browser in the operating system, nor can you run two versions of Microsoft Edge at the same time.
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In the cumulative update in April, including Version 1809/1903/1909/2004 and 20H2 feature update will remove the classic version of Edge. In the old version of Microsoft Edge, Microsoft has begun to remind users that they should “download the new version of Microsoft Edge today.”
Microsoft also plans to accelerate the elimination of the Internet Explorer browser by cutting more features. According to the roadmap, Microsoft 365 services and online applications will no longer support Internet Explorer 11. In fact, Microsoft has stated before that from August 17, 2021, Microsoft 365 applications and services will stop supporting Internet Explorer 11.
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