@Steffie Now do you see the problems Vivaldi has created?
V offers the user so many features that sometimes it boggles the imagination.
A user can keep it really simple or they can go whole hog. I use only a few features but they are all I need.
Then there are those use a ton of features. What it all comes down to is how the user wants it. Each and every
one of us have our very own "personal" Vivaldi.
Vivaldi...just about the most perfect browser there is.
I know, I have already shared MUO articles at times. The first I have even shared and commented on G +
As Vivaldi is updated, positive reports accumulate on various computer pages. In some it is even named as the best browser of 2018.
isn't the email parser the same as the website parser?
It probably is very similar, of course.
you can easily configure O12.18 to open mail links in your default browser
To be clear, I’m awaiting Vivaldi’s M3 and hope it’s integrated into the browser.
But I wouldn’t recommend having the full Opera Classic suite mainly for the emails/feeds/news to then spend time securing this 5-years-old sitting target (or, as suggested, completely working around it).
The article comes from a discussion with an obvious FLOSS taliban, which states that he does not use Vivaldi, because it is a proprietary soft and also spyware, putting this article as evidence.
Naturally I have explained the fallacy of this article and explained that if he wants privacy, that he only uses TOR, then he is only spied on by the NSA and the FBI.
Apart also that according to this same page Mozilla is even worse
@ornorm said in Nice article:
@pesala Thanks for the tip! Vivaldi is a real treasure quest.
Edit : just tried with the spacebar... Amazing!!!!!
Yes, I use Vivaldi right from the start and I still find new things.
What I do use a lot is the rocker function with the mouse to move forward and backward in the navigation history
I am not a member of Reddit, so cannot comment there.
I used to check benchmark tests regularly on Futuremark Peacekeeper, comparing Opera 12 to other browsers.
However, in these days of broadband the differences have become insignificant. Honestly, who can tell the difference between 300 milliseconds and 500 milliseconds?
What matters most for fast browsing is customisability. If I can arrange my menus, toolbars, and shortcuts exactly how I wish, browsing becomes so much more efficient.
Customised Opera Link Context Menu
Default Vivaldi Link Context Menu
By removing items I never use, hitting those that I do need becomes quicker. Adding commands to launch a URL in another browser saves several seconds for Copy URL, launch other browser, and paste & go in the other browser.
When you can save 5 seconds for that, who cares about saving a few milliseconds for loading a page? Heavy pages that take tens of seconds to load can be loaded in the background while I continue reading or whatever.
Home user version is still free to use. And promoting the Windows version is certainly worth doing. As far as I know, adding a program to their available applications costs nothing, their money is made from their paid version, which offers more options than just installation.