Vivaldi Technologies, the company developing the Vivaldi browser, released a new version yesterday, version 126.96.36.199. Vivaldi is an actively developed browser that holds promise for fans of the classic Opera browser and other power users. Let's explore what's new in this release.
We continue our coverage of Vivaldi browser customization. In this article, we will see how to change the background color of the Speed Dial page in the Vivaldi browser. By default, it is bright red which is neither easy on the eyes nor beautiful.
Vivaldi is an actively developed browser that holds promise for fans of the classic Opera browser and other power users. For everyone who is interested in Vivaldi, a new build, v188.8.131.52, has been released. For Linux users, a 32-bit build is finally available. There are lots of improvements for Windows users too. Let's see what.
We continue our coverage of Vivaldi browser customization. In this article, we will see how to hide, remove and disable the fast forward and rewind buttons in Vivaldi. This can be useful for those who never use those buttons.
We continue our coverage of Vivaldi browser customization. In this article, we will see how to remove the mostly useless Home button. As usual, we will perform a simple CSS trick. Here we go.
Vivaldi is a new browser with the goal of replacing the old Opera 12.x browser. It is highly customizable and is actively developed. It uses WebKit under the hood. As a new week begins, the Vivladi team introduced a new weekly build, version 184.108.40.206. Here is a brief change log.
We are starting to cover Vivaldi browser customization. Thanks to an HTML-based browser UI, it is possible to tweak it like never before. We will start with the browser's default color scheme. If you are interested in knowing how to change Vivaldi browser colors, read on.
Opera Software buried their good, old Opera 12 browser and started working on a very simplified (and far more useless) modern Opera version. I was a big fan of the classic Opera browser. In search of a decent replacement for it, I came to know about Vivaldi, a new browser from Opera's co-founder and his team. Even if this browser is at the early "Technical Preview" stage, it looks very promising. Let's take a closer look.