As I noticed some of filters such as NoCoin (Cryptocurrency Mining Protection), Adblock warning removal, Cookie Notice Blocker, Malware block aren’t in default of Brave’s built-in adblocker, (I created a topic already requesting them) I needed to add those filters manually, with Japanese + Turkish filters that Brave adblocker provided me. However, then web pages look broken somehow because of removed ads.
In this case, I need an adblock extension like Adguard which explains clearly why it’s necessary: “Adguard extension applies all kinds of cosmetic processing to the pages’ content. Naive ad blocking would simply block ad servers, and leave broken elements and first-party ads on the pages. AdGuard applies special cosmetic rules to make pages look clean and tidy.”
To make the long story short, I read that if I ever use more than only one adblocker “they will conflict with each other, and the speed of browsing will decrease noticeably”. In this case, should I just disable Brave’s built-in adblocker and shields to use Adguard browser extension only or do you claim it won’t matter if I use all of Brave’s adblocker & shields and Adguard together? Any suggestions would be welcome!
By the way, Brave’s built-in adblocker filters and manually added filters automatically get updated, right?