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    Re: Brave Browser

    I have installed via snap on Ubuntu and so far so good. It is also set as default on the Windows side of the drive. I really don't need to see a running tally of stats on the start page , is there a way to disable that feature ?
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    Re: Brave Browser

    Hiya Frogs Hair, Do you mean the rewards Tally?
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    Re: Brave Browser

    Thanks for the reply , rewards are disabled . The browser displays blocked ads and other stats.
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    Re: Brave Browser

    Ah Thanks! That's a part of the Shields part so they won't allow a change as of yet anyway to disable or tweak what is shown.
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    Re: Brave Browser

    I'm running Brave Nightly now and it does include the option to remove the clock and blocking data from the new tab page.
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    Re: Brave Browser

    I've used Brave for a couple of weeks now and will probably stick with it. I've used Firefox since the original version derived from NCSA Mosaic, but I recently had some problems with slow sound on certain animations like on Twitter.
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    Re: Brave Browser

    Quote Originally Posted by 1fallen View Post
    Hiya Frogs Hair, Do you mean the rewards Tally?
    I like the stats counter, but I have no idea what the rewards are all about...
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    Re: Brave Browser

    https://brave.com/brave-rewards/

    I don't use this at all.
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    Re: Brave Browser

    Used it for a while, but eventually went back to firefox. Now I'm apathetic to the whole subject.

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    Re: Brave Browser

    I use it on my Android phone (Oppo). I like it, it feels faster than chrome. It also has that whole crypto thing with the BAT token (ethereum token) but honestly I couldn't care less about it, I just use it as a decent browser.

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