BraveBrowser Browser is a free and open source web browser developed by Brave Software Inc. is based on the Chromium web browser kernel developed by former Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich. Therefore, this browser inherits the advantages of Chrome browser and the security - privacy of Firefox. Community of browser users around the world are gradually experiencing and loving this Brave browser.
Through the experience of testing and testing the browser,
We have compiled a number of comparisons about Brave browser with Chrome browser as follows:
_ Unlike Chrome, Brave by default blocks ads and disables third party user tracking when you use it.
_ This allows Brave to load webpages significantly faster than Chrome. Below is a video testing the web download speed between Brave, Chrome and Firefox.
_ Brave shows the time it has saved to speed up browsing (by blocking ads), this number appears since you started opening the browser, Google does not have this feature.
Brave automatically encrypts your website connection when possible (on Chrome, this only happens with an extension like HTTPS everywhere). Brave now supports all Chrome extensions, including popular password managers like LastPass and 1Password. Brave has 2-layer security for members who are making money for Brave Publisher.
Brave blocks ads by default when you surf the Web, watch YouTube (to block ads on Chrome, you need to install 3rd party extensions like AdBlock). Specifically, users are suggested to have appropriate ads because Brave does follow up with local data. If an ad is unrelated to the user, it will be removed. As a result, users receive relevant ads based on this model and no third parties participate in this process.
Brave blocks 3rd party tracking by default.
On Chrome, large advertisers like Google and Facebook use 3rd party cookies to track your browser on nearly every website.
By blocking 3rd party cookies, Brave limits the amount of data Facebook, Google and other ad networks may collect about your browsing habits. Brave stores all your browsing data locally on your computer, which means you can delete it anytime.
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V, Disadvantages of Brave
Occasionally, Brave blocks a part of the web page you want to display. When this happens, an easy way to deal with this is to click on the Brave (lion-shaped) icon, on the Shields tab, change the word Up to Down. Since the latest Brave update, this rarely appears (maybe once per week).
Brave is a browser that owns almost all of Chrome's features, but it also excels with high performance, fast surfing speed, good ad blocking, and does not consume CPU, RAM and security resources. privacy ... Perhaps it's only inferior to Chrome in terms of not as polished interface. This is a perfect choice when you want to replace Chrome. Download and install it at the link below: