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Why I chose Brave as my Chrome browser replacement


Firefox
Google
Chrome
Brave
YouTube
Chromium
Vivaldi, Opera
Microsoft
Safari
Chrome, Brave
MacBook Pro
Vivaldi —
Vivaldi, Brave’s
Apple
Swiss Air
Command Line


Vivaldi
Dan Seifert
Brave
Safari —


Android

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Basemark 3.0


Chrome

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Positivity     48.00%   
   Negativity   52.00%
The New York Times
SOURCE: https://www.theverge.com/2019/3/4/18249623/brave-browser-choice-chrome-vivaldi-replacement-chromium
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Summary

So I returned to Chrome after a few weeks of Firefox, but the urge to decouple my browsing habits from Google remained.This year, I’m pretty sure I’ve found the ideal Chrome alternative in the Brave browser. That means each of those browsers supports Chrome extensions and provides performance comparable to — or, in the case of Brave, faster than — Google’s Chrome. And because I could use the 1Password Chrome extension across Brave, Vivaldi, and Opera, I could do all my testing with the same set of credentials and without having to trust any one of those browsers with my confidential information.As to how I came to my Brave decision, it actually started with Vivaldi. Brave is tangibly faster than Chrome, and because it otherwise behaves like Chrome, it’s the fastest browser for my use. Safari’s refusal to embrace favicons on the favorites bar and its inconsistent tab sizes make it a less usable browser for me.Brave is a speed and privacy upgrade over Chrome, and the switch to it has prompted me to belatedly start using a proper password manager.

As said here by Vlad Savov