Almost 70 percent of all Internet users are using Chrome. The Google browser is not bad, but there are much better alternatives. A good example is the Brave Browser. Like many other browsers, it relies on Chromium and is therefore very fast.
The main difference to the well-known browsers is the stronger focus on privacy protection. It does this by drilling into private mode and adding Tor support to make your browsing experience 100% anonymous.
The current version 1.4 adds an exciting new feature that hardly any other browser offers. If you get a 404 error in the Brave Browser, or a similar error message – for example, because the page is offline, the Browser will give you the option to access the page in the Wayback Machine. The Internet Archive keeps copies of almost all pages, so that you can access the contents even if the website is not accessible.