Q&A My Take – Brave vs Firefox vs Ungoogled Chromium (UC - Eloston) Browsers

Cortex

Level 26
Verified
Aug 4, 2016
1,512
Brave all the way, gave Firefox a whirl a few weeks ago but can't get on with it - I do use 'I don't care about cookies' extension which probably does decrease security but as I don't keep anything whatsoever between sessions (several daily) I feel the issue isn't worth worrying about - Brave on this PC is probably the longest I've had a browser on for several hundred years :D:D
 

JasonUK

Level 2
Apr 14, 2020
78
Do you still have to manually install updates to ungoogled chromium (& extensions) or have they improved useability?

I don't mind doing this for Tor as I don't have any extensions etc but that was too much hassle for a primary browser so I opted for 1. Brave, 2. Firefox & 3. Tor.
 

HarborFront

Level 58
Verified
Content Creator
Oct 9, 2016
4,775
Do you still have to manually install updates to ungoogled chromium (& extensions) or have they improved useability?

I don't mind doing this for Tor as I don't have any extensions etc but that was too much hassle for a primary browser so I opted for 1. Brave, 2. Firefox & 3. Tor.
Nope if you use the NeverDecaf's Chromium Web Store extension for installing/updating extensions. I did not try the chrlauncher whether it works for updating Ungoogled Chromium itself though


Read my review below

 
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