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Experiences with Brave?

ragnar23

FPCH Member
Joined
Sep 23, 2017
Location
South Africa
PC Experience
Some Experience
Hi, there Guys hope you're all well. Lately, I've been seeing a lot about brave, I've been using Duck duck go and while I to some degree enjoy showing the finger to Google I do miss accurate searches.. lol

Mozzila I enjoyed having, a nice developer tools setup, less invasive than chrome ( from what they say ) but was a bit on the slower side. ( I know a lot of chromes speed is just really heavy caching (Lies))

Anybody used Brave im going to start with it but though any experience sharing might save me some possible issues, of which I hope there are none.

Ps Hav not touched anything Microsoft in terms of browsers edge threw me off completely. Also Microsft is seems to slowly also be getting into the whole data collection game when you look at their programs which im not too keen on. Else Id just stay with Chrome.

Anyway Brave?
 

Starbuck

Admin & Security Team
Joined
Feb 19, 2010
Location
Midlands, UK
PC Experience
Very Experienced
Sorry ragnar23 that's probably about the only browser I've never tried.
 

Phenom

New member
Joined
Nov 8, 2021
Location
USA
PC Experience
Some Experience
I use Brave on my computer running Windows 10 and I find it very fast and easy to use.
 
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