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Q: Anybody tried the new browser "brave"?

I use linux for all the personal stuff now and my own outside servers but for the office and school computers in China I loaded this new browser from one of the originators of mozilla and it has no ad and cookies with a chrome source code foundation.

 

Suppose to be away to make money by volunteering for ads and give points for money based on search history to websites.

 

Anybody know anything other than the youtube reviews, fill us in on the dirt. The speed is an obvious improvement.

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Give up ambi. Reagan is long gone.. now bush snr. Your CIA protection is getting thin. Burn your fingerprints off and stop posting.. they know who you are Smile

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I downloaded it but couldn't even use it cause I couldn't figure out where to find the browser bar. 

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Hi: it is very simple to start 'Brave' browser on Safari. I cannot advice you how to install it on Windows. I don't have Windows on me puter.

 

I tried 'Brave' yesterday and it is very similar to TOR, which runs without problems in Turkey-stan. 'Brave' is a bit faster and completely without adverts/pop-ups. 

I'll stay with TOR for now.

 

Here is some read about 'Brave' browser:

 

https://www.computerworld.com/article/3292619/web-browsers/the-brave-bro...

 

https://github.com/brave/brave-browser

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