Vivaldi is an innovative browser based on the Chromium engine from former developers of the popular Opera web browser, which incorporates many of its convenient and interesting solutions from the original versions
Vivaldi is an innovative browser based on the Chromium engine from former developers of the popular Opera web browser, which incorporates many of its convenient and interesting solutions from the original versions. There are already implemented features such as Quick Commands, Notes, Speed Dials and Tab Stacks.
Using Quick Commands it is possible to start certain actions using a set of commands, by pressing one key or using some combination. This is useful, for example, to quickly open the bookmarks or downloads pane, switch to full screen mode, create a new tab, etc.
In Notes, you can add notes and explanations to the sites you are interested in, so that in the future it will be convenient to find the desired resource.
With the function Speed Dials, users of modern browsers are already familiar and its advantages are obvious - it allows you to customize a new tab in the form of a panel with shortcuts for quick access to the most used sites on the Internet. Here you can also create folders with shortcuts, grouping resources, for example, by subject or purpose.
In general, Vivaldi is actively developing and expanding with new functions for more comfortable surfing the Internet. And the developers themselves say that Vivaldi is a very flexible, fully customizable browser, for which the user is in the first place. The theme of the web-browser motto sounds like: "Vivaldi browser for us and for our friends."