Starting with version 90, Microsoft Edge now displays downloads at the top of the window instead of at the bottom. If you do not like it, you can bring the downloads to the bottom of the window with a shortcut in Windows 10. See how.
See also: How to enable pop-ups in Microsoft Edge
Make Edge display file downloads at the bottom of the window
In order for Edge to display file downloads at the bottom of the browser window in Windows 10, you will add a parameter to the Edge shortcut on your desktop. Then, when you run Edge with this shortcut, the download bar will appear at the bottom, as it did before.
This method does not work for Mac because you cannot add shortcut parameters to Mac PC shortcuts.
To get started, open the Start menu and search for "Microsoft Edge". In the search results, right-click on "Microsoft Edge" and select "Open file location".
A File Explorer window will open. In this window, right-click on "Microsoft Edge" and select "Open file location".
A File Explorer window containing "msedge.exe" will open. This is the location of the Edge executable file.
Right-click on "msedge.exe" and select Send to> Desktop (create shortcut). This will create an icon labeled "msedge.exe - Shortcut" on your desktop.
Close the File Explorer window. On your desktop, right-click on the recently added shortcut and select "Properties" from the menu.
In the "Properties" window, click on the "Shortcut" tab. Then click on the "Target" box, place the cursor after the last quote in the box and press the Space key.
Then type the following in the box:
Save the changes by clicking "Apply" and then "OK" at the bottom of the window.
The Edge Custom Desktop shortcut is now ready. Use this shortcut whenever you want Edge to display the download panel at the bottom. The other Edge shortcuts will continue to display the download bar at the top.
Downloading files with this Edge shortcut will look like this:
To access this shortcut from the Start menu, right-click on the shortcut and select "Pin to Start". Now you have this custom shortcut in the right part of the “Start” menu.
Similarly, to add this shortcut to the taskbar, right-click on the shortcut and select "Pin to taskbar".
And so you force Edge to return to the display of the original position of the download box.
Source of information: howtogeek.com