Brave Web Browser Now Default Here

Brave Web Browser Now Default — We have been experimenting with the Brave web browser for the last two months and have just made it our default replacing Firefox.

Brave is free and open sourced and is based on the Chromium engine.

It is the project of Brendan Eich who, in 2014,  was chased by the self-proclaimed defenders of tolerance from the Mozilla Foundation that he co-founded. Eich had contributed $1,000 to California Proposition 8 that held only marriage between a man and a woman is valid or recognized in California. That made him a bad man in the eyes of holier-than-thou progressives.

Prop 8 easily won but was deemed unconstitutional by activist judges.

Among the Mozilla products is Firefox.

Anyway, Brave is much faster than Firefox and doesn’t seem to slow to the point where a restart of the program is required as has been our experience with the Fox. It also appears more respectful of privacy than Google Chrome.Brave Web Browser Now Default Here

You can find out more about here and here.

You can download it here. 

Brave Web Browser Now Default

2 thoughts on “Brave Web Browser Now Default Here”

  1. Thanks for the tip! I’ve been conflicted about using Firefox, ever since Mozilla forced Brandon Eich to resign because he supported Proposition 8. But I’m stuck, partly because I use Firefox for work.

    I use Chrome, too, but I don’t like using a Google product with the interpenetration and surveillance among apps that that means. I will try Brave and see how it goes.

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