Oslo Public Library is Norway’s oldest and largest public library. Now you’ll find Vivaldi installed on their public terminals.
For today’s snapshot the focus remains on fixing outstanding regressions.
Vivaldi has endless options for you to make it feel your own. Here we show you three simple ways to do just that.
2.4 is getting quite close now, so today’s snapshot is focused on fixing recent regressions.
We have five simple gestures for you to try today. But beware – you might get hooked!
With today’s snapshot we have added support for context menus inside folders on the bookmarks bar (for Windows and Linux), fixed a ton of regressions and taken a minor bump to Chromium.
Today’s minor update to Vivaldi 2.3 improves on a fix for “Find-in-page” freezing and should resolve page loading problems that some users encountered on YouTube.
As the World Wide Web turns 30, we ask one of its pioneers – Vivaldi founder Jon von Tetzchner – to take us back to his early days of building web browsers.
The web started thirty years ago when a young British software engineer called Tim Berners-Lee invented a system for scientists to share information. Here we add some little known bits of history to the puzzle.
On International Women’s Day, we catch up with Anne Christiansen, Vivaldi’s Head of Office HR & Culture.
With today’s snapshot you can move buttons between toolbars, use our new Quick Commands calculator, and try out the latest improvements to Chromium.
Are you a Raspberry Pi enthusiast? Here’s a way to show off your pet projects and win a Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ set! We’ve got a great contest for you. Read on.