What do you think about the new browser Vivaldi‬‬?

Vivaldi is based on Google’s open source version of Chrome, called Chromium, and isn't any faster than Chrome, just very different. Like Chrome, it can gain power from extensions. But its aim is to offer so many features you won’t need extensions.

one example is that it offers tab stack tiling which allows you to display your tabs in small windows within Vivaldi. this allows you to view multiple opened tabs simultaneously. It can be very handy to have two or three web pages side by side for comparison purposes. but it doesn't stop there Vivaldi say's that there are more than one million different ways to customize Vivaldi to be unique to your own needs.


Vivaldi can also display an extra web page in the left side panel of the browser, a cool feature that is designed for sites like Twitter where it becomes handy to keep a column of tweets viewable while browsing the web.

vivaldi tweets.jpg

Without a doubt it's a browser intended for power users and it's not trying to appeal to the less technical users.
Personally i find Vivaldi to be a useful browser but that may be because i'm a geek who does geeky things and i occasionally find myself taking the
unconventional geeky route to accomplish what i need done. if you've exhausted all efforts trying to accomplish your own task with your typical run
of the mill browser then yes! i would certainly give the Vivaldi Browser a try.

A List of other features found in Vivaldi browser:

Chromeless UI
Tabs visual navigation
Private window
Page loading progress indicator
Typed history list
Smooth scrolling
Geolocation support
HTML5 h.264 support
Full Extensions support

Also note:
If you’re using Chrome, it’s an easy switch over because the extensions are all here.

Source from: http://www.euask.com/topic/5958-Have-you-tried-new-browser-Vivaldi


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