By default Brave Browser blocks trackers and ads so you can browse the web faster and safer. In other browsers you can add ad blocking extensions but they still allow display some ads and all trackers. Brave Browser solves this issue. You can check statistics of blocked elements and you have access to advanced settings where you can define to use HTTPS everywhere, blocks scripts, 3rd part cookies, ads, phishing and malware components etc.
The Brave Browser changelog in version 0.18.36 is not to long. The developers added support for MacBook trackpad pinch to zoom gesture, fixed issues with opening some PDF files, fixed second click not deselecting text and placing the cursor in between the URL text for some DPIs on Windows, fixed UI unresponsiveness when sometimes pressing "cmd/ctrl + w", fixed blocking rules not limited to private tabs and fixed spell check corrected word still retaining the red underline.
In Brave 0.18.36 an upgrade to Chromium engine was also included. Highlights from Chromium 61.0.3163.79 release include option to add initial set of new default user images, disable first run for mananged profiles, autoplay policy for HTML5 video, new 'Save profile' toolbar button to performance panel, enable automatically detected CUPS printers in the print preview dialog and asm.js WebAssembly by default.
Brave Browser 0.18.36 for Windows, Linux and Mac OS can be downloaded from our webiste from link below. If you are looking for browser that blocks the software that follows you around Brave will be one of the best option to choose.