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Internet Explorer is dead. Microsoft started ringing the death knell for its old internet browser last year. Vivaldi browser co-founder and CEO Jon von Tetzchner remembers its controversial legacy and argues that its loss is not really a loss.
In this post, we meet a Vivaldi super user from Japan and learn about how he uses the browser for work and play, day to day.
There’s more beyond just Apple, Google and Samsung in phones. And since we like to give you options, we would like to introduce you to a few exciting alternatives.
As other browsers rush to get feed functionality for viewing YouTube into their browsers, Vivaldi already has it built in. So what are you waiting for?
Every day at Vivaldi is focused on Data Privacy, but it is still good to have an opportunity to speak out and reflect on the importance of it with others. This year, Vivaldi CEO, Jon von Tetzchner, is joined by Startpage CEO, Robert E.G. Beens, in a special conversation.
Topics, Google’s new FLoC rehash, still profiles users. And we still think spying on users is wrong.
Unlike Google Chrome and other browsers, Vivaldi holds the line with default search. Remove them or not, the choice is up to you.