A new browser protects race has begun with the launch of the latest version of Edge, and one of the main focuses is privacy. Some browsers offer a wide range of data_protection tools, while others only offer some types of protection. The differences might be worth choosing (or dropping) a browser.
In the following articles, we offer browser by browser a breakdown of the types of tracking protection that everyone offers, based on the information provided. We’ve tried each browser and how they handle first-party cookies (which are typically used to store your login information and the contents of your shopping cart) and third-party cookies (which are often used by advertisers and others to collect) and track you Your online behavior).
We’ll also show you how to adjust the settings for each browser. And maximize protection from cookies or to remove them altogether. (Note that blocking all cookies can damage some websites. For this reason, we also explain how to adjust your settings to allow certain cookies.)
Of course, there are other factors to consider when evaluating a browser, including speed, compatibility, and usability. You may already have a preferred browser or need to use the one provided on your work system. However, protecting your personal information is important. If you are not satisfied with the handling of the browser, you can try another one. Even if you don’t plan to switch browsers soon. It’s not a bad idea to learn how to maximize your privacy as much as possible.