This may be a complicated subject, but if you wish you weren’t handing all of your computer’s info to every website you visit [which you are in most cases], then maybe you should reconsider the browser you use regularly.
I have been a Brave user for a couple of years now. It is a solid, chromium-based browser with a truck-load of security and privacy features baked in.
Sven Taylor released a great article reviewing browsers for privacy and security in November 2021 on restoreprivacy.com
|1. The Onion Router (Tor)||Excellent||Excellent||Some||No iOS|
|2. Ungoogled Chromium||Excellent||Excellent||Some||No iOS or Android|
|3. Epic Privacy Browser||Good||Good||Some||All|
|4. Mozilla Firefox||Good||Good||Many||All|
|6. Apple Safari||Good||Average||Some||Mac and iOS|
|7. Vivaldi||Good||Average||Many||No iOS|
|8. Opera||Good||Average||Many||No iOS|
|9. Google Chrome||Good||Below Average||Many||All|
|10. Microsoft Edge||Average||Average||Some||All|
Chart gratuitously stolen from: wizcase.com Click to see full article.
And last but not least, one man’s review of all the major and many of the minor browsers currently available. WARNING: vulgar language, but great information. The blog post is called How to choose a browser for everyday use?