Today’s snapshot contains a few nice fixes for different bugs.
ThinkPrivacy, the platform that helps users take back their online privacy and security, has included Vivaldi in their list of recommended privacy-focused products. We talk to ThinkPrivacy founder Dan Arel.
Today’s snapshot fixes the issue with videos on Windows (present in the last two snapshots), meaning that autoupdate can now be re-enabled.
Your browser has a huge impact on your privacy. A privacy-focused browser will protect your private information from others.
This snapshot includes a number of regression fixes and sync improvements.
Vivaldi doesn’t track you. However, some search engines can track every search you do. Here’s how to stop that.
Today’s snapshot introduces the two new features for the upcoming stable release, configurable menus and a new, more advanced notes manager.
As search traffic and privacy concerns rise, Startpage and the Vivaldi browser – both governed by strict European data protection laws – give users world-class search results with zero tracking.
This snapshot includes a further improvement to the blocker and an update to Chromium.
Today’s snapshot moves our snapshot stream to Chromium 83. With such a big engine upgrade, expect some regressions.
As Google adds a tab grouping feature to Chrome, we dive into tab management – one of the most used, loved, and advanced features in Vivaldi.
The Pomodoro technique is a popular time management technique that requires you to use a timer. Well, we’ve just added a Pomodoro timer in the Vivaldi browser.