Brave Browser goes "full Chromium"


I personally, am happy. I have been using Brave as my exclusive browser on Android for over a year now, and I never liked the desktop version until now. I highly recommend it. It’s lightning fast on Windows 10 and it blocks ads and tracking.

(Side request – can you please, for the love of all things holy, remove the captcha challenge?!)

Comments (3)

3 responses to “Brave Browser goes "full Chromium"”

  1. Paul Thurrott

    RE: Captcha, no. We have unbelievable comment and forum spam problems.

  2. waethorn

    I'd like to see how much tracking it actually blocks using a packet sniffer and network analysis gateway. Google Chrome is one of the biggest pieces of spyware commonly installed on computers. How much of the source code does Brave even use?

    • karlinhigh

      In reply to Waethorn:

      I understand that Brave is an Electron app, therefore Chromium + node.js

      EDIT: I read the article now. It says the Electron-Muon parts are going away. Just Chromium will be left afterwards.