Since Mozilla introduced the optional HTTPS only mode for Firefox 83, and Chrome 90 prioritized the selection of a more secure HTTPS connection for desktop and Android clients, Microsoft has finally introduced this browser with Chromium kernel in Edge 92 Introduced support for the Automatic HTTPS function.
Interested friends can enable Automatic HTTPS in Edge Canary 92 by entering edge://settings/privacy in the address bar and redirecting. If you are using Edge Canary 92.0.877.0 and later, please visit edge://flags/#edge-automatic-https.
Find the Settings -> Privacy, Search and Services item, enable Automatic HTTPS and restart the browser. According to needs, users can choose to switch to automatic switching only on sites that may be HTTPS or force HTTPS connections to always be enabled (or more frequently encounter errors).
Considering security and compatibility, I suggest you use the default first setting. Microsoft said that starting from Edge 92, users can upgrade their connections from HTTP to HTTPS on domains that support the more secure HTTPS protocol. Through this configuration, Edge will help protect customers from man-in-the-middle attacks.
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