Vivaldi has awesome support for Linux and many dedicated Linux users. Here’s why Vivaldi is the best browser for Linux.
Today’s snapshot introduces improved speed dial layout and includes fixes for recent regressions.
Today’s snapshot adds support for custom links in menus.
View multiple web pages at once, save time and stay organized with Tab Tiling in Vivaldi browser. No extensions needed.
Today’s snapshot introduces two new features, periodic tab reload and (screenshot) capture directly to a note.
This update addresses several bottom address bar drawbacks and upgrades Chromium to the latest version.
This snapshot fixes frequently reported problems with address bar at the bottom, and includes a major Chromium bump to 86.
Today’s snapshot furthers our work from 3.1, where we introduced configurable menus. Now context (right click) menus are also configurable.
This update includes security fixes from the Chromium project.
With Vivaldi browser’s latest versions on desktop and Android out, the last two weeks have been buzzing with excitement. Let’s listen to some of the rattle the news has made.
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Today’s snapshot contains a few regression fixes and a chromium update.