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Microsoft has closed its ebookstore, and everything you purchased will vanish in July

Microsoft has shuttered its ebook bookstore, yet another move by the company away from selling traditional consumer goods and services, with the exception of its Xbox console.

Microsoft made its decision without fanfare, simply posting a notice in the corner of where Microsoft posted the answers to the questions consumers want to know: namely, what will happen to my books?

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