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On the Start menu, select Settings > Apps > Default apps. Select which default you want to set, and then choose the app. You can also get new apps in Microsoft Store. Apps need to be installed before you can set them as the default.

Configure default apps by file name extension or by app. For example, to set an installed photo viewing app as the default program that is used to open all of the file types and protocols that it supports, click Set defaults by app, select the photo viewing app > Manage, and then select the file types and associations for the app.

Set them as default apps in - Windows Key+i > Apps > Defaults apps If I interpret it rightly you are saying that even after setting them as default apps, Windows reverts them back. This is possible after a Windows feature upgrade. Let me know if it happens otherwise. Do let me know if you require any further help on this. Will be glad to help you.

Select the Start button, and then type Default apps. In the search results, select Default apps. Under Web browser, select the browser currently listed, and then select Microsoft Edge or another browser.