Most users have switched to the superior chrome version of EDGE as the proprietary version is being phased out completely in favor of chrome EDGE. 

Microsoft April Security Patch Will Remove ‘Legacy’ Edge Browser — Redmondmag.com

New Microsoft Edge to replace Microsoft Edge Legacy with April’s Windows 10 Update Tuesday release – Microsoft Tech Community

Microsoft this week explained that its non-Chromium-based Microsoft Edge browser (based on earlier EdgeHTML technology) will get removed when April “update Tuesday” security patches get applied to Windows 10 systems.  Specifically, the older or “legacy” Edge browser will get removed via a security update coming on April 13, 2021, representing Microsoft’s “B-week” patch distribution schedule. The B-week distribution (called “update Tuesday”) happens every second Tuesday of the month and delivers Microsoft’s security and quality fixes.   The EdgeHTML browser will lose support on March 9, 2021.