Avast Secure Browser Review

If you’re a Chrome, Firefox or Edge user most likely don’t pay much attention to other browsers for the web. But if you’re in search of one that puts a lot of emphasis on security and privacy, Avast Secure browser is worth having a review. The Chromium browser includes a click-reference VPN, ad blocker and other features.

Its ad blocker allows you to customize the settings and activate strict blocking mode to block out even the most persistent ads. And it supports the uBlock Origin plugin, which offers third-party filter lists as well as dynamic filters to give you more control. Its phishing protection keeps you safe from scammy websites while its banking mode helps keep your passwords, credit card details and other sensitive information from the eyes of the public.

Other features include tab grouping, which helps navigate multiple open tabs easier by keeping them in a group and well-organized. It also syncs bookmarks and history across platforms so that you can browse where you left off on a different device. It also blocks ads on websites which speeds up loading speeds.

The Avast web browser is nearly the same as Google Chrome. It also lets you import your settings, bookmarks, and other optional features as you switch to the new browser. 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 solid web browser that comes with a lot of privacy and security features.

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