The new Vivaldi browser that is being created by Opera’s former CEO Jon von Tetzchner, has this week announced it has now launched into the beta stage of its development, after enjoying more than 2 million downloads since its unveiling.
The Vivaldi browser official website explains a little more about the inspiration behind the new faster web browser and its design ninth video below. If you would like to put the Vivaldi browser through its paces it is now available to download via the link below for free.
Vivaldi CEO von Tetzchner explains more :
Our focus has been on getting closer to a final release. More and more, we are now getting to the point where we are fixing bugs — and most of the functionality we would have liked to see in the final release is in the browser. Now it’s about finishing features — it’s about fixing bugs.
The Vivaldi browser official website explains :
We are all absolutely unique and we want different things. Vivaldi web browser lets you do things your way by adapting to you and not the other way around. You prefer the browser tabs placed at the bottom or on the side of the window? – You prefer a different address bar location? Go ahead and customize your preferences be it your keyboard shortcuts, mouse gestures, appearance and so on.
Are you a keyboard person? Then Vivaldi is your delight. Quick Commands let you search through open tabs, bookmarks, history, settings and more with one single keyboard shortcut. Quick commands menu is highly customizable allowing you to create your own commands and run them instantly.
Tired of unorganized tabs in your browser? Let the mess be cleaned up with Vivaldi. Organize your tabs using Tab stacks, a feature that you will fall in love with. It lets you group multiple tabs into one. It can’t get better than this – just drag a tab over to another for an uncomplicated grouping.
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