Are you tired of manually punching left in the Wayback machine? As part of the latest update, the Brave desktop browser will automatically look for archived web pages when it encounters a broken or deleted website.
The Wayback machine is of course one of the largest archiving tools on the internet. It is like a museum for old or broken websites and it is used almost every day by hobbyists, journalists and the American legal system. The new integration in the Brave browser feels like an obvious choice, since both tools are meant to change how we use the internet.
But how does this Wayback Machine integration work? It's easy when the Brave browser detects that a webpage has been broken (due to an error such as "404 not found", 408, 41
Brave is the only browser with native Wayback Machine integration for reference. But you can put some Wayback Machine functionality, such as automatic search, into your browser via a Chrome, Firefox or Safari extension (the Chrome extension should work on Edge, Opera and other Chromium) browsers).  Wayback Machine integration is only available in the Brave Browser 1.4 update, which can be found on the Brave website. These functions are not available on mobile versions of the Brave browser.
Reference: Archive.org, BleepingComputer