A good part of users who browse the Internet do so with Chrome, Google's browser. Due to its features, it has become one of the favorites, but there are many people who are wary of its link with Google's services, which do not guarantee the privacy of the Internet user, which is why there are many alternatives.
A Chrome without Google
But what if we could use Chrome without Google? Well, that is what Ungoogled Chromium proposes, a browser exactly like Chrome, developed from Chromium, but from which any function that could connect it to the services of the Californian company has been eliminated. In other words, privacy in browsing can be better controlled while devices from manufacturers that may be banned or have problems, as is the case of Huawei, can use it without any problem
We will find practically the same functions as in Chrome, although if we investigate a little we will find some other peculiarities, such as the inability to use Google as default search engine or that typing in the address bar is interpreted as a URL and not as a search.
A good option for anyone who wants to stay out of the way of what Big Brother of the Internet does.