20 May Avast Secure Browser Review
If you use Chrome, Firefox, or Edge you might not consider giving other web browsers a second look. But if you’re looking for one that places a strong emphasis on security and privacy Avast Secure Browser is worth considering a look. The Chromium browser includes the ability to click-reference VPN as well as an ad blocker, among other features.
You can modify the settings of the ad-blocker and activate strict blocking mode to block the most persistent ads. It also supports the uBlock Origin plug-in, which has dynamic filters and third-party lists for better control. Its phishing protection keeps you safe from fraudulent websites while its banking mode keeps your passwords, credit card information and other sensitive information hidden from the prying eyes of others.
Tab grouping is another feature that allows you to navigate multiple tabs while organizing them. It also syncs bookmarks, history, and other data across different platforms so that you can continue browsing from where you left www.connectsecure.info/is-avast-free-better-than-windows-defender-in-2020/ off. And it automatically blocks online ads to dramatically improve the speed of loading websites.
Avast’s web browser looks almost identical to Google Chrome. It also lets you import your configuration settings, bookmarks and other features that you may want to use after switching to Avast. The only drawback is that it sends usage statistics and crash reports to Avast’s servers, which you can change at secure://settings/importData. It’s a reliable web browser with plenty of security and privacy options.
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