Avast Secure Browser Review


If you use Chrome, Firefox, or Edge You may not consider giving other web browsers a second thought. But if you’re looking for one that places a strong emphasis on security and privacy Avast Secure Browser is definitely worth taking a take a look. The Chromium-based browser comes with the ability to use a click to reference VPN, ad blocking and other features.

You can change the settings of the ad-blocker and also enable the strict blocking mode in order to block even the most persistent ads. It also supports the uBlock Origin plug-in, which includes dynamic filters as well as third-party lists to help you manage your ads. Its phishing protection will keep you from fraudulent websites, while its banking mode protects your passwords, credit card details and other sensitive information hidden from the eyes of the public.

Other features include tab grouping, which makes navigation through multiple open tabs easier by keeping them together and organized. It also syncs bookmarks and history across devices so that you can continue browsing where you left off on a different device. It also blocks online ads to speed up loading times on websites.

If you’re accustomed to using Google Chrome, you’ll feel at home with Avast’s version of the browser since it looks like Google Chrome. It also lets you import your settings, bookmarks, and other features you’d like to add when you switch to it. The only drawback is that it sends usage statistics and crash reports to Avast’s servers, which you can change at secure://settings/importData. In other words, it’s a great browser with a variety of privacy and security features that can be a good alternative to the three major browsers.

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