It will not actually interfere with the system, but you do not have to agree with its enforcement.
Microsoft says Edge can be uninstalled if you installed it yourself. However, this is not a guarantee that it will not be installed later in one of the cumulative patches.
Users who do not want the Edge browser with the Chromium core can remove it via the command line. It becomes a part of the equipment of Windows 10 and it is not possible to uninstall it in the standard form. It also replaced the original Edge browser.
How to do it?
Run the command prompt in administrator mode
Enter the text C: \ Program Files (x86) \ Microsoft \ Edge \ Application \ 83.0.478.58 \ Installer and press Enter
setup.exe –uninstall –system-level –verbose-logging –force-uninstall
If the process failed, you probably have Edge added as a standalone installation, and uninstalling it will work for you in Control Panel.