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Brave Browser is a free, fast, secure and open source web browsing application based on the Chromium and available for your all devices. Complete with a built-in ad blocker that prevents tracking and provides security protection with optimized data and battery performance.

The Brave is much more than a web browser, it is a new way of thinking about how the web works. Brave is on a mission to fix the web by giving users a safer, faster and better browsing experience while growing support for content creators through a new attention-based ecosystem of rewards.

Brave is built by a team of privacy focused, performance oriented pioneers of the web, including the inventor of JavaScript and co-founder of Mozilla. It begins with giving you back power. Get unmatched speed, security and privacy by blocking trackers. Earn rewards by opting into our privacy-respecting ads and help give publishers back their fair share of Internet revenue.

Browse Faster – Load pages 3x to 6x faster
Watch Brave in action, head-to-head-to-head against Chrome and Firefox. Brave loads pages three times as fast out of the box with nothing to install, learn or manage.

Switching is easy – Import and continue where you left off
It’s easy to import your settings from your old browser. You can do it during the welcome tour or later through the menus. All of your old browser profiles will appear in a list. You can import other browser data through the main menu item called “Import Bookmarks and Settings.”

Support your favorite sites with Brave Rewards
Turn on Brave Rewards and give a little back to the sites you frequent most. Earn frequent flyer-like tokens (BAT) for viewing privacy-respecting ads through Brave and help fund the content you love.

Browsing the web with Brave is free: with Brave Rewards activated, you can support the content creators you love at the amount that works for you.

The browser can automatically distribute your contributions based on how much time you spend on sites. Or, you can choose to tip sites directly, and even offer a fixed monthly tip amount.

All of this works while keeping your browsing history private. Your funds are made available to site owners through an anonymous ledger system, so you can’t be identified based on the sites you visit and support. Over 10,000 publishers and content creators have registered to receive Brave Rewards.

Remember: these contributions are optional – browsing the web with Brave Browser is free.

Brave Browser Feature List:
Shields
Ad blocking
Fingerprinting prevention
Cookie control
HTTPS upgrading
Block scripts
Per-site shield settings
Configurable global shield defaults
Brave Rewards
Earn by viewing private ads
Tip your favorite creators
Contribute monthly to sites
Auto-contribute to sites
Verify with Uphold and move funds in and out of your wallet
Become a verified creator and start earning BAT from tips, contributions and referrals
Tabs and Windows
Private Windows
Pinned Tabs
Auto-unload
Drag and drop
Duplicate
Close Options
Find on page
Print page
Security
Clear browsing data
Built-in password manager
Form autofill
Control content access to full-screen presentation
Control site access to autoplay media
Send “Do not track” with browsing requests
Search
Choose default search engine
Use keyboard shortcuts for alternate search engines
Option to use DuckDuckGo for private window search
Address Bar
Add Bookmark
Autosuggest URLs
Search from address bar
Autosuggest search terms
Show/hide bookmarks toolbar
Show secure or insecure site
Extensions and Plugins
Brave Desktop now supports most of the Chrome extensions in the chrome web store

Windows 7/8/10

Brave 1.34.80 Silent  Dual x86x64

 

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  • 2 weeks later...

Changes in Brave Browser 1.30.86:

  • Added the ability for Brave to handle searches from Windows Shell and Cortana.
  • Added “Index other search engines” setting under brave://settings/search.
  • Added the ability to disable Tor via Admin policy on macOS and Linux.
  • Added the ability to right click in brave://rewards-internals logs.
  • [Security] Added IPFS gateway URL validation.
  • Improved “Disconnected” Brave Rewards wallet options.
  • Updated default (standard) adblocking to generally allow first-party requests.
  • Removed known user tracking parameters from URLs.
  • Fixed overlapping text in download infobar.
  • Fixed Brave specific URLs not being listed under brave://about.
  • Fixed inability to remove IPNS keys under brave://settings/ipfs/keys.
  • Fixed issue with IPFS shutdown and restart in certain cases.
  • Upgraded Chromium to 94.0.4606.61.

Changes in Brave Browser 1.29.80:

  • Updated the bookmarks folder icon on the bookmarks bar.
  • Fixed Chromecast crashing in certain cases and re-added “Media Router” setting (disabled by default) under “brave://settings/extensions”.
  • Fixed crash when opening brave://settings/content/autoplay.
  • Fixed Brave Talk not being recognized when rewards is enabled due to Greaselion precondition not being met with multiple profiles.
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Changes in Brave Browser 1.34.80:

  • Added the ability to make the tab audio icon non-clickable using brave://flags/#tab-audio-icon-interactive.
  • Added indications for selected network.
  • [Security] Disabled CNAME uncloaking when DoH is enabled with an HTTPS proxy.
  • Updated error message text when Trezor is not connected.
  • Updated legacy gas controls to allow 0 gas price.
  • Updated price fetching to use contract address when possible.
  • Updated Omaha installer version for Windows to v1.3.36.111.
  • Removed “View on block explorer” button for rejected transactions.
  • Removed text label for the private icon on Private Windows.
  • Fixed crash when disabling Brave Shields in certain cases.
  • Fixed inability to download torrents with WebTorrent.
  • Fixed retry loop for token refill when server responds with 404 to adaptive CAPTCHA request.
  • Fixed issue in hardware wallet connect screen while switching derivation scheme.
  • Fixed error when importing Ledger accounts.
  • Fixed Trezor popup incorrectly reopening in certain cases.
  • Fixed plus icon for RPC URLs not being shown when editing a network.
  • Fixed inability to remove previously entered RPC URLs.
  • Fixed Dapp web compatibility issue with https://studio.manifold.xyz.
  • Fixed issues with voting and creating spaces or proposals on https://snapshot.org Dapp.
  • Fixed tooltip for unsupported networks on brave://wallet being retained on screen.
  • Fixed path names not appearing in the address bar for IPNS addresses.
  • Upgraded Chromium to 97.0.4692.71. (Changelog for 97.0.4692.71)
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