Desktop Snapshots are work-in-progress builds that are available for anyone to download and test. Try new desktop browser features and fixes before anyone else!
Today’s snapshot introduces two new features, periodic tab reload and (screenshot) capture directly to a note.
Today’s snapshot furthers our work from 3.1, where we introduced configurable menus. Now context (right click) menus are also configurable.
One last snapshot before the weekend, with a few fixes for recent address bar regressions.
This snapshot allows you to drag Speed Dial items over each other to create folders, and includes a fix for the accent color and Razer issues.
This snapshot improves how the tab tiling commands work.
Today’s (second) snapshot is the third release candidate of 3.3, for desktop and notebooks.
Today’s snapshot is the second release candidate for 3.3 for desktop and notebooks.
Today’s snapshot is the first release candidate for 3.3 for desktop and notebooks.
Private window themes Our theme support is second to none but allowing you seemingly endless ways to colorize your windows has come at a price for some users. Outside of certain cues in the address bar, which can be hidden, it can be hard to tell normal and private windows apart. So we are providing […]
This snapshot introduces a new Break Mode feature, adds the ability to move Speed Dials into folders, and fixes the recent Windows installer issue.
This snapshot fixes a frequently reported problem with failing to load USA Today and lichess.org, and includes a major Chromium bump to 85.
This snapshot adds support for whole page blocking (used in some rules) and includes a large number of address bar fixes.