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re: Thanks for your reply Imani! I've to admit I've only tested Brave briefly before they switched to Chromium but I liked the idea, what is the situat...
 

I switched to brave last September and to be honest, it pretty much feels like Chrome with a (heavy) build in add-blocker. Like Nick, I haven't had any problems with anything that I used in chrome (JSON Viewer, React dev tools, Vue dev tools etc.). You can go to the chrome webstore and install any extension that you like :)

Other than that I have faith that sooner or later (or a whole lot later) something will break the status quo, just like when IE was at the top. I'm just not sure if it's an existing browser or one in the making by some team somewhere.

To be fair all I know about W3C is that they are the root of all standards on the web. I have no idea who is involved in the committee at all, definitely something I'm going to Google later :P

I switched to brave last September and to be honest, it pretty much feels like Chrome with a (heavy) build in add-blocker. Like Nick, I haven't had any problems with anything that I used in chrome (JSON Viewer, React dev tools, Vue dev tools etc.). You can go to the chrome webstore and install any extension that you like :)

This is really cool. I'll probably keep it as a second browser to test (instead of Chrome ;))

I'll give it a whirl this weekend, thanks!

I envision a slogan: "Brave, Chrome without Google listening in" :P

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