You have been searching for a page and cannot get it access to it because your browser pulls you out error; Fortunately now there is a solution. The Brave Browser, at cooperation with the Wayback Machine, it can help you find the dead websites. Whenever your internet search shows a 404 error or other error codes, the Brave browser will automatically detect it and search the Wayback Machine to find an alternative.
For those who don't know, its Wayback Machine Internet Archive saves snapshots from billions of web pages. As the years go by, some websites stop functioning and cause trouble for those who need access to them to find information. With version 1.4 of Brave Browser, you will be able to search through the Wayback Machine if the homepage cannot be loaded.
Brave can now detect 14 HTTP error codes in addition to the most common 404 (page not found). Other error codes include: 408, 410, 451, 500, 502, 503, 504, 509, 520, 521, 523, 524, 525 and 526.
Currently, Brave is the only one Browser inherently offered by the Wayback Machine. However, you can connect various functions of the Wayback Machine, such as 404 crawl and playback URL archiving, through extensions to any browser such as ChromeThe Firefox or the Safari.
However, the Wayback Machine and the Brave Browser have worked together in the past. Back in 2017, Internet Archive announced that it would accept browser BAT payouts just a few months after launch.
The integration of the Wayback Machine into the Brave Browser is currently only available in the version for computers. This feature has not yet been released for mobile devices version of Brave Browser.