Google has announced upcoming changes coming to Chrome that would render ad blockers unusable for regular users (as opposed to paid، enterprise users)، as the Technical Times said.
That has led to many of its users considering whether to stick around or not. Fortunately، there are a lot of good alternatives to Chrome available، namely Mozilla's Firefox، Brave، and Safari.
Brave This browser is based on Chromium، meaning it offers a similar experience as Chrome. The main difference is، ads are out of the picture، as it blocks them as well as trackers by default. This also means faster loading times since there aren't any ads to load، after all.
Regarding security، it upgrades to HTTPS whenever it can، and it comes with anti-fingerprinting measures so that users' browsing activity and the like won't be monitored by advertisers.
In short، Brave is focused on privacy، and it's available not only on Windows but also on iOS and Android.
Firefox Mozilla's browser is an obvious alternative to the Google browser، and it's probably the one most users have turned to already. That's because it offers a ton of privacy-focused options، such as tools that combat fingerprinting and cryptomining، both of which rolled out via Firefox 67.
In addition، there isn't anything to complain about when it comes to functionality. For starters، users have access to a smorgasbord of add-ons and such to improve their browsing experience.
Firefox is available across platforms، from Linux، Android، and Windows to macOS and iOS.