Brave is a web browser that uses components from Chrome to build a more security-conscious browser which also has an alternate advertising mechanism with revenue sharing.
Like Chrome, it's missing fundamental things.
Apple stops providing support and a download for old hardware. However, it is possible to force an install. The project that is responsible for this magic has achieved something truly spectacular, making it trivially easy using this GUI software.
WARNING: This is an extremely stupid and dangerous process to attempt without reading, understanding, and preparing the whole process up front. See #.spiralofhope.com/83891/opencore-legacy-patcher.html#plan. It really is very easy and works 100% for "only fairly ancient" hardware, but "very ancient" hardware might not be fully supported (yet?).
Installing a newer macOS on unsupported hardware for incomplete research notes on the complicated way.
Mac OS Xor
I had it for a day and didn't particularly like it. Maybe it would have grown on me, but I ended up immediately upgrading to iOS 16.
An ad blocker.
A classic/vanilla World of Warcraft server with additional modifications.
While it looks like it has hope, it fails because there are no quest markers on the minimap, so I don't know where to find quests. I don't want to re-live that part of things.
Abandoned - Nuked by Blizzard
An awkward early-access survival game which features wandering around, being killed by boars and trees, and attempting to build structures.
I might have been able to deal with boring and ugly, but the interface is shit; pass. Maybe when this is released I'll care again.
A video editor, and more; too much more.
A terrible initial impression; it requires some patience, watching a tutorial and following instructions. Don't wander around; don't use strange features, and stay in the "Edit" view!