Turn the Proxy on/off at the far right of the address bar
The most comprehensive local private browsing in any browser. Always-On because we don't believe in a private browsing "mode". All your browsing should be private.
Eleven different ways from ID numbers to server-based services which can be used to know what you browsed
Click the red open socket icon to turn on Epic's built-in encrypted proxy. This hides your IP address (with a U.S -based IP) and encrypts all your data when you want to be very private.
Trackers are companies that track where and what you browse on the internet. They may associate your online data with offline data and sell your data and or use it to show you targeted ads. Epic is the only browser that actively blocks thousands of trackers.
A cookie is a small piece of data sent from a website and stored in your browser. Cookies from companies other than the website you're visiting (third-party cookies) are almost always used to track your browsing.
Epic protects your searches from being saved and tracked. Epic automatically loads search engines vis its built-in proxy because search engines track you by your IP address.
If available, Epic will use
an https version of the
website(s) you visit so
that data sent and
received is encrypted.
In case a site you visit doesn't
work, you may need to adjust Epic's
settings for that particular website.
Click on the umbrella icon and try
turning off one or more of Epic's
settings for that site to make
the site load correctly.