According to foreign technology media NeoWin reports, the Microsoft Edge browser has returned to the feature of one click to block video autoplay.
Microsoft previously allowed users to block video autoplay with a single click without the help of third-party extensions. Microsoft has since removed the Block option, offering only Allow and Limit options by default.
In the Edge Canary preview update, users can visit the “edge://settings/content/mediaAutoplay” page in the address bar and see the “Block” option.
Note from IT Home, you can also enable the experimental Flag in Edge stable version by visiting “edge://flags/#edge-autoplay-user-setting-block-option” in the address bar and restarting the browser You will see the “blocking” option again after restarting your browser.