Microsoft announced today that support for Microsoft Edge Legacy is over and that the product will no longer receive future security updates.
“Our new modern browser, Microsoft Edge, debuted over a year ago and today can be found on hundreds of millions of devices,” the Microsoft Edge team wrote in the announcement post. “Last August, we announced that Microsoft Edge Legacy desktop application support would end on March 9, 2021 as part of this transition to the new Microsoft Edge. Today, Microsoft Edge Legacy desktop application support officially ends, and it will no longer receive future security updates.”
Microsoft previously announced that it will be replacing Legacy Edge with the new Edge on Windows 10 when the April cumulative updates arrive on Patch Tuesday (the second Tuesday of the month).
Microsoft is also offering FastTrack help to those organizations that need help transitioning to the new Edge. This help is free to those with eligible Microsoft 365 accounts.