Vivaldi’s latest update is a step closer to the browser’s aim to “make the Internet accessible for all.”
We feel that Vivaldi browser remains a solid alternative to Google’s Chrome browser, which still struggles with performance on PCs that are perhaps not the most powerful.
If you’re looking for a web browser not issued by Mozilla, Google, or Microsoft, Vivaldi offers a new version targeting power users.
Vivaldi, which claims to be the most customizable browser for power users, has quietly been carving its own niche in the desktop web browser market.
All I can promise is that it will surprise you and exceed your expectations.
Vivaldi is already known as one of the most customizable web browsers for power users, but the 1.10 update debuts today with an extra layer of options that let you make browsing more personal than ever before.
Jon von Tetzchner, CEO, Vivaldi said the company wanted to give their users a chance to make a real difference to the environment just by searching the web.
Vivaldi CEO Jon von Tetzchner says Internet is one of the solutions for democracy.
One way to take some of the tedium out of browsing might be to do something good for the planet along the way. To help you do that, the browser builder Vivaldi has teamed up with the search engine Ecosia to create a scheme that plants trees while you browse.
When web users use the Ecosia search engine on new browser Vivaldi, ad revenue that Ecosia generates from these searches is used to plant trees in areas such as the Brazilian Atlantic forest and Burkina Faso in Africa.