Yep, i found some old tests showing that smartcreen is better, but do you know any new tests? I'm just curious heheHow so? Smartscreen is much more reliable than Safebrowsing. No question about it!
Since I have adguard installed, it does the job via its filters
Hello @Umbra and @Gandalf_The_GreyIf you want some form of Google Safe Browsing in the new Edge, use the AdGuard (extension or desktop):
I tried it and it is very good indeed. But it has some bugs yet. For example: i tried to upload a big file (18Gb) to google drive through edge, i found a bug that consumed all my RAM in seconds (and i could not clear it later). Besides that, it was calculating the remaining upload time wrongly. I did a lot of tests pairing Edge and Brave (removing all extensions and letting all default options to make sure), and the problem was occurring randomly only on Edge. I experimented one "hiccup" when using Edge too in another site. Furthermore it still lacks some sync features as the other members told you. I plain to move to Edge in the future, but for now, i'll keep with Brave.But before that, has anyone here tried it yet? Is it better than Google Chrome?
I may be wrong, but it seems that bitdefender trafficlight is getting better results in the forum tests. I'll check it later...Avira Browser Safety extension in your Edge Chromium.
I'm not from US and i'm able to install it if i want, so i believe it refers to web filter scopeOh. Okay. I hadn't noticed supported regions.
So, supported regions refers to web filter scope ....not region where extension is offered?
no, it's not. It seems smartcreen gets significantly better results on tests.So, database is identical?