brave Spread Version 1.38.1 From his private life focusing on privacy navigator For desktop and Android featuring an updated Brave Shields panel, de-AMP-ed pages, and new Gemini Guard Wallet integration for Brave Rewards.
disparate Google Chrome And other popular mainstream browsers, privacy is at the heart of Brave and is enabled by default with no additional downloads or settings to configure. One of the ways the company protects the privacy of its users is with shields that block ads, trackers and cookies, digital fingerprint and other tracking technologies used to follow you across the web.
Brave for Desktop version 1.38 updates the design of Brave Shields to make it easier to use Clicking the Brave logo in the address bar of any page you visit will reveal how many trackers your browser is currently blocking.
Another big update to Brave Shields in the latest version of the browser is that the company has also made it easy to adjust feature settings if Brave Privacy Protection prevents a page from loading as expected. This way, you can protect your online privacy while still being able to access all the websites you need online.
fight on google
A new way in which Brave takes the fight to Google is the addition de-AMP-ing protection to his browser. For unfamiliar accelerated mobile pages (Ampere) is a non-standard publication format for news articles created and published by Google.
While the search giant first developed AMP to help web pages load faster and look cleaner, the format strengthens Google’s grip on the web and gives it more information about which pages users visit and how they interact with those pages.
When you load the AMP version of a web page, you don’t actually see the original version. Instead, you see a version cached on Google servers This gives the company additional insight into your browsing habits and tastes in the news. This is why Brave’s default protection bypasses AMP or “de-AMP” pages and loads the basic version of the page instead.
If you are looking for a file private browser which will finally allow you to ditch Chrome for good, Brave might be exactly what you are looking for and if not, DuckDuckGo It just released a desktop version of its browser for Mac with a Windows version coming soon.
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