Here are a few quick fixes before the end of the week.
One English teacher has truly transformed the way he interacts with his students and how his students learn English. All by using Vivaldi. Let’s take a look!
Several fixes and a Chromium update in today’s snapshot.
On Data Privacy Day, we talk to Oliver Schonschek, News Analyst on privacy and security about the value of personal data and why we should all become privacy experts.
This update resolves an issue where Widevine (used to play ‘protected’ media on some sites) was not detected on Linux ARMhf devices (e.g. Raspberry Pi).
Five years after we launched our first technical preview, we share how we forged our way in an industry dominated by giants.
This snapshot includes fixes and improvements for bookmarks, developer tools, media and has a major Chromium bump to 80.
While neither Linux or Windows can claim to be 100% bulletproof, the perceived wisdom is that Linux is more secure than Windows. We try to find out if that’s the case.
For today’s Snapshot we made it possible to drag speed dial to folder, drag speed dial on top of another to create a folder, and show speed dial sub-folder indicator.
Are you a blogger? Well, we just made a fantastic update to our blogging platform. Here we tell you how you can make your posts more visual, and more.