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Brave vs Microsoft Edge: What are the differences?

Developers describe Brave as "A free and open-source web browser". It is a fast, private and secure web browser for PC and mobile. It blocks ads and trackers. It prevents you from being tracked by sneaky advertisers, malware and pop-ups. On the other hand, Microsoft Edge is detailed as "A fast and secure way to get things done on the web". It is a fast and secure browser designed for Windows 10. Microsoft Edge comes exclusively with Windows 10 and cannot be downloaded or installed separately. It has easy tools to preview, group, and save tabs. Quickly find, manage, and open tabs you set aside without leaving the page you’re on.

Brave and Microsoft Edge can be categorized as "Web Browser" tools.

Some of the features offered by Brave are:

  • Load pages 2x faster on desktop and up to 8x faster on mobile
  • Experience unparalleled privacy and security
  • Support your favorite sites with Brave Rewards

On the other hand, Microsoft Edge provides the following key features:

  • Quickly get to stuff
  • Stop videos from playing automatically
  • Stop videos from playing automatically
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Pros of Brave
Pros of Microsoft Edge
  • 31
    Privacy
  • 22
    Faster
  • 21
    Open Source'
  • 14
    Customizable
  • 11
    Ad block
  • 10
    Simple
  • 6
    Great start screen
  • 6
    Built in tor browser
  • 3
    Built-in add-ons
  • 3
    Sync with phone app
  • 12
    Faster
  • 11
    Simple
  • 9
    Free
  • 7
    Sync with Your Phone app
  • 6
    Compatible with most Chrome extensions
  • 5
    AutoFills passwords without even need for verification
  • 5
    Organised
  • 3
    Allows PWAs
  • 3
    Superfast
  • 3
    Blocks all trackers by default
  • 3
    So secure it needs no VPN
  • 2
    World's most secure browser
  • 2
    Easy and effective note taking
  • 2
    Privacy
  • 2
    Slower than Safari
  • 1
    Open Source

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Cons of Brave
Cons of Microsoft Edge
  • 12
    Chromium-based
  • 5
    Slower
  • 4
    More secure
  • 1
    Bad color scheme
  • 1
    Ram hungry
  • 1
    Bad color
  • 6
    Chromium-based
  • 4
    Sync with Microsoft Account
  • 4
    RAM Hungry, but not as hungry as Opera
  • 3
    Slightly faster
  • 2
    Superfast
  • 2
    Much faster than safari
  • 1
    Not as ram hungry as brave even with ublock

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What is Brave?

It is a fast, private and secure web browser for PC and mobile. It blocks ads and trackers. It prevents you from being tracked by sneaky advertisers, malware and pop-ups.

What is Microsoft Edge?

It is a fast and secure browser designed for Windows 10. Microsoft Edge comes exclusively with Windows 10 and cannot be downloaded or installed separately. It has easy tools to preview, group, and save tabs. Quickly find, manage, and open tabs you set aside without leaving the page you’re on.

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What are some alternatives to Brave and Microsoft Edge?
NATS
Unlike traditional enterprise messaging systems, NATS has an always-on dial tone that does whatever it takes to remain available. This forms a great base for building modern, reliable, and scalable cloud and distributed systems.
Firefox
A free and open source web browser developed by The Mozilla Foundation and its subsidiary, Mozilla Corporation. Firefox is available for Microsoft Windows, macOS, Linux, BSD, and more.
Safari
It is faster and more energy efficient than other browsers. Handy tools help you save, find, and share your favorite sites. Built-in privacy features help keep your browsing your business.
Google Chrome
Commonly known simply as Chrome. It was first released in 2008 for Microsoft Windows, and was later ported to Linux, macOS, iOS, and Android.
Chromium
A fully functional browser on its own and supplies the vast majority of code for the Google Chrome browser.
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