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This power browser has turned seriously useful.
Vivaldi CEO knocks Microsoft for restoring Edge as the default browser after major OS updates.
Vivaldi’s Jon von Tetzchner has called on Microsoft to stop trying to foist Edge on Windows 10 users.
In case you haven’t heard about Vivaldi before, it’s a Chromium-based “non-conformist” desktop Web browser that goes in the opposite direction to the mainstream. While the major players like Chrome or Firefox are stripping the browser to its bare essentials, Vivaldi offers more and more integrated features and customisation options.
Vivaldi can’t be a browser for everyone by itself – everyone has to make Vivaldi into a browser for themselves; Vivaldi only offers the ability to do so, with its incredible layout customization engine and a mind-numbing amount of features that can be turned on or off with a click.
Among other cool new features introduced in Vivaldi 1.6, we can mention the ability to save open tabs as a session, making it a lot easier to organize and access multiple browsing sessions, support for nicknaming individual bookmarks for quicker access, as well as support for viewing two or more web pages through tab stack tiling.