Microsoft has been making improvements adding additional features and shedding old and redundant features in Microsoft Edge. Now, to give a better user experience to the end users, Microsoft is deprecating these five features – Math Solver, Picture Dictionary, Citations, Grammar Tools, and Kids Mode.
Microsoft Edge deprecates these features to improve user experience
Microsoft Edge is deprecating Math Solver, Picture Dictionary, Citations, Grammar Tools, and Kids Mode on version 117.0.2045.9, which came on August 25, 2023, on the beta channel, according to Microsoft.
Microsoft cited it as a measure to improve the end-user experience on the Edge browser. They also mentioned that this depreciation of features will simplify the More tools menu on the Edge browser.
The features that are being removed are used by very few end-users and do not provide much value to the majority. They may remain accessible for some time in the future before Microsoft removes them permanently.
These deprecated features will come on the stable version from September 14th. The new version will be available on Windows 11, Windows 10, macOS, and Linux. You can use the beta channel to experience the new features or changes before they come to the stable version. They may be as refined as on the Stable version. Microsoft is leaving no stone unturned to make Edge, the better alternative to Google Chrome and improve the browsing experience of the users.