Yes, you can customize the behavior of the address bar in the Brave browser. Brave offers a range of options and settings that allow you to customize how the address bar behaves according to your preferences.
Some of the customization options available in Brave browser for the address bar include:
- Search engine preference: You can choose the default search engine that the address bar uses for search queries. Brave includes options such as Google, Bing, DuckDuckGo, and others.
- Autocomplete suggestions: You can enable or disable autocomplete suggestions in the address bar. Autocomplete suggests possible websites or search queries as you type in the address bar.
- Search engine keyword shortcuts: Brave allows you to set keyword shortcuts for different search engines. For example, you can use "g" for Google, "d" for DuckDuckGo, and so on. By typing the assigned keyword in the address bar, you can directly search using the preferred search engine.
- Address bar privacy options: Brave also offers privacy-related options for the address bar. You can choose whether or not to display search queries in the address bar, and you can disable or enable suggestions from your browsing history.
These are just a few examples of the customization options available in Brave for the address bar. You can access and modify these settings by navigating to the browser's settings or preferences menu.