Starting with Microsoft Edge version 92, users will have the option to upgrade navigations from HTTP to HTTPS on domains likely to support this more secure protocol. This support can also be configured to attempt delivery over HTTPS for all domains. More secure connections help protect customers from man-in-the-middle attacks.
InÂ Microsoft EdgeÂ Canary, you can enable theÂ Automatic HTTPSÂ experimental flag to enable support for Automatic HTTPS, which switches connections to websites from HTTP to HTTPS. If enabled, theÂ Automatically switch to more secure connections with Automatic HTTPSÂ setting can then be turned on/off or further configured inÂ Settings > Privacy, search, and services.
This tutorial will show you how to enable or disable Automatic HTTPS in the Chromium based Microsoft Edge.