Epic Privacy Browser Protects your Privacy Online Without the Hassle

Today we take a close look at a free product called Epic Privacy Browser which works hard to protect you online. Continue reading for all the details.

If you’re interested in gaining more privacy online without all the hassle, Epic Privacy Browser is a solid option. Let’s take a closer look.

Epic browser - protects privacy

A Browser Focused On Privacy

Epic Privacy Browser is based on Chromium (which also powers Google Chrome, be it beta or stable), and is designed to protect your personal data/privacy by blocking tracking cookies and scripts which might collect personal data about you while browsing websites or doing searches on Bing or Google. For example, Do Not Track is enabled at all times and Epic will notify you each time it blocks tracking software from a website (normally advertising cookies, etc…).

Sound interesting? Let’s hit the Epic site and start the download.


Epic Privacy Browser download

By default, Chrome tracks you by giving each install a unique ID and timestamp. Epic removes this process making even the initial install more secure. The default updater is also removed, and so is error tracking. Details and features aside, you shouldn’t notice many other changes vs. the standard Google Chrome install with the exception of Epic Privacy Browser telling you the number of trackers it’s blocked as you surf the web.

For example, when I hopped over to CNET, no less than 11 trackers were blocked by Epic.

Epic Privacy Browser tracking blocked

Another thing you’ll notice from the beginning is the proxy button on the address bar. If you want to hide your IP address from the websites you’re visiting, this makes it very easy. Click the button and you’re all set! No extra software to install.

Epic Privacy Browser proxy

Additional privacy options can also be set by clicking the Umbrella Button next to the proxy button. Very convenient with all the options just a click away.

Epic Privacy Browser Umbrella button

Epic also uses its own search engine, which encrypts your searches and routes them via https which is a huge benefit when it comes to protecting your privacy online. And speaking of search, although normally search engines will pass on the keyword(s) used to find a website, Epic does not further lock things down from a privacy perspective.

Epic Privacy Browser search

Along with all the features during your internet surfing, Epic also clears any data it may have collected automatically once you close open tabs or the browser itself.


If your online privacy is important to you, groovyPost highly recommends you check out Epic Privacy Browser. While nothing is 100%, Epic does an excellent job protecting your online privacy and is leap years ahead of a basic install of Firefox, Chrome or IE (from a privacy perspective).



  1. Ronald

    November 27, 2013 at 6:51 am

    The best way to get internet privacy is to use privacy-base sites such as DuckDuckGo, Ravetree, HushMail, etc. Don’t believe the propaganda put out by google and facebook that privacy is dead. That’s just what they want you to think. We should all take charge and promote websites that actually have privacy.

  2. Charlie

    October 27, 2020 at 12:33 pm

    In version 71 update forced on machines in the last day or two, Epic has removed the option to block 3rd party cookies.

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