When it comes to switching browsers, breaking out of your comfort zone may be the biggest challenge.
If not done right, working from home can hurt your productivity and wellbeing. Yet, using just these 3 tools will improve your productivity and make a difference to your day working from home. Let’s take a look.
With Covid-19 on the rise, many organizations have asked their employees to work from home. Vivaldi’s privacy-conscious community suggests a few trusted apps for remote work.
Yep, we’re talking about the leap year! With 29 February coming up, we look at leap years, leap seconds and other date rollover issues that require complex programming solutions.
Many search engines aren’t private. They don’t point to the best search results either. In a survey, Vivaldi users say they prefer private search engines.
Five years after we launched our first technical preview, we share how we forged our way in an industry dominated by giants.
While neither Linux or Windows can claim to be 100% bulletproof, the perceived wisdom is that Linux is more secure than Windows. We try to find out if that’s the case.
In less than two months, Windows 7 will enter end of life. Here’s why you might want to replace it with Linux.
Today is the first ‘Snapshot’ update for our new Android browser, allowing you to try the latest fixes and changes before they hit Beta (and Final).
On Sunday, Vivaldi fans in Turkey will have the opportunity to meet Jon von Tetzcher for the first time. The community meet-up is organized by an amazing group of people, our Turkish volunteers. Let’s meet two of them.
Matúš works full time, studies and translates Vivaldi into Slovak. He’s also a Vivaldi Soprano and a forum moderator.
On International Women’s Day, we catch up with Gwen-Dragon, Vivaldi’s Soprano tester, active moderator and top poster on the forum. Sounds impressive? Read on.