This summer, we’re opening our blog to guest bloggers eager to share their perspectives on privacy. In this blog, Jeff Brown argues that when we agree to let companies get our private data – or not – we make a conscious decision but the most vulnerable are those who don’t understand that they’ve made a choice.
Today’s snapshot is the first release candidate for 2.6.
We have started down the path to stabilizing for a 2.6 stable release. Thus our focus will now be on regression fixes.
It’s that time of the year again. You’re planning your holiday, booking flights, looking up places to visit, and generally preparing your itinerary. Vivaldi can take you to your perfect vacation!
Today’s snapshot fixes a number of recent regressions to the address field and does a minor bump to our Chromium back-end.
Recently, Google announced a change to Chromiums’s extensions system that would disable the API which makes it possible to block ads. Here’s what we think.
Over the summer, we’re opening Vivaldi’s blog to guest bloggers from our community and beyond who are eager to share their personal perspectives on the thorny topic of online privacy.
Today’s snapshot makes it easier to locate a previously saved password and updates our Chromium back end to 75.
This update fixes an issue with Vivaldi displaying as a black screen, that some Windows 7 users were encountering.
In Vivaldi, you can configure your page printouts so that all clutter is removed and the page is adjusted to your needs before printing. Take a look at the built-in printing options in Vivaldi.
Today’s snapshot tests a fix for the black window that some users experienced on Windows 7, when running Vivaldi.
This update fixes a couple of common crashes, and upgrades Chromium to the latest stable version.