The Brave browser has been gaining in both popularity and userbase for some time now and for good reason. The privacy-centric browser is full of nifty features that make it a top contender against Google Chrome. Let8217s find out what these useful features are that make Brave a good alternative.
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The Brave browser already does an excellent job of blocking ads and trackers by default but advanced users will appreciate more control over what is blocked and how.
For example go to 8220Settings -gt Brave Ad Block8221 and you can enable additional filters as well as add your own filter at the bottom.