Posts Tagged ‘Vivaldi’

How to Handle Lots of Browser Tabs

Tuesday, June 14th, 2016

Here are a few handy tab management tricks that you may be, (or may not be,) already aware of …

Browser tabs are a useful feature supported by all modern desktop browsers. They enable you to open multiple web pages and applications at the same time in a single browser window. Most browsers seem to be optimized for low to medium numbers of tabs, and companies are using different means when certain thresholds are crossed to deal with tab overload. Mozilla Firefox and Firefox-based browsers add scroll icons to the tab bar for instance, while Google Chrome squeezes icons more and more until they don’t even reveal the site’s favicon let alone any titleĀ  anymore.


Vivaldi Browser gets Silent Tabs and Netflix Support in Latest Build

Friday, December 4th, 2015

To be honest, I’ve never actually tried Vivaldi myself because, well because one only needs so many browsers. But that said, the newly added support for Netflix does make me curious.

The latest build of the Vivaldi web browser ships with a bunch of improvements that include support to silence websites in the browser with a simple click, and support for Netflix. The silencing of websites works exactly like it does in other browsers that support the feature already. Vivaldi indicates that sound is playing with an icon that it adds to the tab the site is loaded in.


Technical Preview 3 of Vivaldi Browser is Out Now

Tuesday, April 28th, 2015

I haven’t taken a look at Vivaldi for a while now, but this article makes me think that I probably should …

Technical Preview 3 of the Vivaldi web browser is out introducing several new features and improvements to technical preview users. Most of the features landed in the browser’s developer edition which is a cutting edge but sometimes less stable version of the browser. If you have used the technical preview version of the browser until now you may be surprised by the sheer number of new and improved features that Vivaldi’s development team packed into the new version.


Opera Co-Founder Launches Vivaldi Web Browser

Wednesday, January 28th, 2015

Sure, why not? Trying out a new web browser is always kind of interesting and fun.

The technical preview of Vivaldi, a Chromium/Blink based web browser by Opera co-founder and former CEO John von Tetzchner is now available. The Opera browser is best known for innovations that Opera Software introduced to the browser, and while not all of them stuck, many were copied by other browsers in the end.