Latest news, browser tips and insights from the Vivaldi team
Being a pro at keyboard shortcuts doesn’t just boost your geek factor, there are several actual reasons why you should use shortcuts more often. Here at Vivaldi, we use them all the time. This is why we not only give users so many shortcuts out of the box, but also the ability to customise each one to their own unique preference.
School has started and here are 4 Vivaldi tips to help you succeed through the semester and be more productive. Whether you’re in elementary school, middle school, high school, college or grad school, using Vivaldi will ensure you’re ahead of the curve.
Less than a month since our last release, and we are back with some new features as well as many improvements.
The latest version of Vivaldi escalated customizations to another level. The new theme engine in 1.3 certainly gives you another reason to say “I browse the way I want to”
With the third episode of our Browsercast series, Vivaldi designer Henrik and QA engineer Ruarí talk about how they made the new theming engine for Vivaldi 1.3.
The most customizable browser is now the most colorful! Custom browser themes make their debut in Vivaldi 1.3 along with enhanced privacy and much more.
Rio 2016 will be the most live Olympics EVER. You’ll have streams, social media and constant news updates. Luckily, Vivaldi is the perfect browser to keep up with what is happening. Here are 4 ways to stay in the loop!
In our second Browsercast, Molly and Jon dive deeper into the topic of open standards and why no one should “own” the web.
It’s that time of year again – to all you SysAdmin out there, happy Systems Administrators Day! That’s right, the yearly holiday of SysAdmin Day is here. Founded in 1999, this year marks the 17th annual SysAdmin Day
We continue our look into how Vivaldi is being used by people in various parts of the world. We like to share user profiles at Vivaldi, not only because we are interested in everyone’s success, but also because we ourselves learn a lot about how folks interact with Vivaldi, and how we can make it better based on the advice of our friends.
In this interview, we talk with Tiago, who joins us from Brazil. We’ll let Tiago tell you his story in his own words here, and look forward to hearing from you about your experiences with Vivaldi too.