Set Brave as Default Browser from Command Line

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I've been a huge fan of the Brave web browser for years. They're crypto-friendly, provide native ad-blocking features, and even provide Tor integration. Whenever I set up new systems, I automate Brave as the default browser.

You can use the following shell command to set Brave as the default browser:

open -a "Brave Browser" --args --make-default-browser

Brave has been an excellent browser with a progressive outlook web browsing. I recommend everyone use Brave!

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