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Microsoft Store is deleting your e-books this month

If you bought e-books through Microsoft, they'll vanish in early July and you'll get a refund. Say bye-bye to your in-book notes.

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Microsoft has given up on e-book sales.
Microsoft

Time is running out for you to read e-books purchased from the Microsoft Store. Customers have until sometime in early July. Microsoft will then delete the e-books and issue full refunds, according to the company

Microsoft didn't immediately respond to a request for comment on specifically when e-books will disappear. 

The company announced the decision in early April and ended e-book purchases from the Microsoft Store. 

Your in-book notes will disappear in early July too. If you made mark-ups in your books before April 2, you'll receive an additional $25 credit to your Microsoft account. 

Originally published April 2.
Update, July 1: Notes that e-books will no longer be available starting this month.