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Out of the box,blocks trackers and third parties who monitor your activity while traveling on the net. But the browser gives you control over what you do and do not want to be blocked – from ads and cookies to the Facebook and Google sign-in buttons.
The unusual Browser manufacturer said he understands that his strict blocking policy has a consequence for websites: you do not see ads that help create content on the website. To compensate content creators, Brave uses a smart approach that allows you to make anonymous contributions to the websites you visit. Publishers then receive contributions in the form of cryptoLooks after they join the system. Or, you can allow ads and tracking in Brave settings if you can not worry.
Available for Windows, MacOS, Android, and iOS A brave browser is built on the same foundation as Chrome, which means Brave can use Chrome extensions. In fact, when you click on "Find extensions and themes" in Brave settings, you'll be taken to the Chrome Web Store to find extensions and browser themes.
Here's how to set up Brave and contribute to websites and content creators
Control what brave blocks
By default, Brave blocks all ads, trackers, third-party cookies (that track you on the web via social buttons on a web page), and third party fingerprints by creating a unique profile using the browser and computer settings). You can, however, adjust how hard the courage is approaching the defense.
1. From the Bold menu, click Preferences .
2. In the Settings panel on the left, click Shields . By the popup menus to the right of Ad control Cookie control, and Fingerprinting protection 4. Click Social Media Block to control whether to allow Google and Facebook login buttons, embedded Twitter tweets, and embedded LinkedIn posts.
5. If you want more subtle controls, under "Additional settings" click Privacy and security. 6. Here you can adjust the management services that the browser uses, such as a predictive service, to help complete searches and URLs automatically.
Contribute to websites and content creators
Brave's restrictive approach to ads comes at a cost: websites do not make money for their work. As a way to contribute to the websites you visit without tracking them, Brave has developed Brave Rewards, a program that lets you earn tokens by watching Brave-select ads, which then automatically contribute to revenue in the form of webpage encryption, which you are visiting. Here's how to join the prize program.
1. Click the baler menu with three parallel lines to the right of the toolbar and select Brave Rewards.
2. Click on Yes, I am. 3. You can adjust and adjust your participation in the revenue program on the Bold Prizes page:
- For ads, you can adjust how many ads to show per hour.
- For automatic contributions, you can control how much they contribute each month and set a minimum threshold for the time spent on a page before the site is rewarded with a contribution.
4. In addition to earning tokens through your web activities, you can add your own crypto to your account to contribute to sites.
Syncing Phone and Desktop Bookmarks
Brave has a sync tool that lets you manage your bookmarks in desktop and mobile versions of the browser. It is in beta and it is necessary to create some game. But if you do not mind driving, this is a convenient way to synchronize your bookmarks.
1. Click the hamburger menu to the right of the toolbar and select Sync. 2. Click Start New Sync Chain and then choose whether you want to sync with a mobile or desktop device. 3. If you chose Computer, you will see a string of words Brave called Chain Sync Code. Go to the desktop computer you want to sync, go to the Brave sync settings, click I have a sync code and enter the chain sync code from the first device.
4. If you have selected Phone / Tablet, you will see a QR code. On the phone or tablet, go to the Brave sync settings, touch the Scan Sync Code button and scan the QR code back to the first device.