BRAVE BROWSER

Brave Browser

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Brave Browser
  • Would you like to browse the Internet without Ads?
  • Would you like to watch YouTube videos without Ads?
  • Would you like to have more anonymity over the Internet?
  • Would you like to be paid to browse the Internet?
  • Would you like to have all this and more in 1 easy step?

Well if you have answered all the above questions 'Yes', then the solution is already here, and easy for you to get your hands on!

Brave like Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge, uses open source chromium for its baseline. This means that you are free to use Google Chrome extensions without fear of losing any functionality such extensions offered you.Brave is also faster than Chrome by reducing advertisements, use of cookies, and other third-party components. Brave focuses a lot on data privacy and security. Unlike Chrome, it is not always trying to collect data about you.

In a normal month of browsing one can expect an average of $5 just for browsing the Internet - So what are you waiting for?

 

Install Brave on Windows

  1. Download the installation file.
  2. If prompted, click Run or Save.
  3. If you chose Save, double-click the download to start installing.

Windows 7: A Brave window opens once everything is done.

Windows 8 and 8.1: A welcome dialog appears. Click Next to select your default browser.

Windows 10: A Brave window opens after everything is done.

 

Install Brave on Mac

  1. Download the installation file.
  2. Open the file.
  3. In the window that opens, find Brave.
  4. Drag Brave to the Applications folder.
    1. You might be asked to enter the admin password.
    2. If you don't know the admin password, drag Brave to a place on your computer where you can make edits, like your desktop.
  5. Open Brave.
  6. Open Finder.
  7. In the sidebar, to the right of Brave, click Eject .

 

Install Brave on Linux

Open a Terminal Window, and follow the below steps:

  • First lets install some required packages

$ sudo apt install apt-transport-https curl gnupg -y

  • Lets get the required keyring for Brave repo

$ curl -s https://brave-browser-apt-release.s3.brave5t5rjjg3s6k.onion/brave-core.asc | sudo apt-key --keyring /etc/apt/trusted.gpg.d/brave-browser-release.gpg add -

  • Get Brave repo installed on your machine - this will make sure you always have the latest and greatest Brave

$ echo "deb [arch=amd64] https://brave-browser-apt-release.s3.brave5t5rjjg3s6k.onion/ stable main" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/brave-browser-release.list

  • Finally lets install Brave

$ sudo apt update && sudo apt install brave-browser -y

If you get gnutls_handshake() errors after adding the Brave repository on Debian 9, you may need to uninstall old conflicting packages.

The above Linux instructions should work onDebian 9+, Ubuntu 14.04+ and Mint 17+ without any problems.

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