@duarte.framos Thanks I did not know that dragging the tab to Chrome would work! And it works very well!
The bad thing is that Chrome already has to be open if it does not work, but for now it is good for me, open Google Chrome and drag the Vivaldi guide to it.
Thank you again!
Do you mean that when you search anything with F2, the results do not populate fast enough, or that it freezes before displaying results, etc.? If that's the case, you may have a lot of bookmarks. I think it's a bug and Vivaldi knows about it: https://forum.vivaldi.net/post/85724
I'm reading Alexander Hamilton by Ron Chernow. As most people know, the broadway spin-off of it is really well known, but I have a slight rule of reading the book before watching a visual representation of the book.
Sync: is in the making (and this is just my personal speculation but I guess we'll get it this year)
built in VPN: My guess is this won't come
And as a personal comment and question to you: Why do you need build in vpn? In comparsion to a normal VPN I can only see disadvantages.
In my opinion:
Startuptime for your browser is slowed down (yes a normal vpn slows down your system start but at least I don't recognise it that much as if a program starts slow)
Build in VPN only encrypts and reroutes the traffic your browser generates everything else you do is blasted right into the web unencrypted without any kind of rerouting
You don't have the slightest control what the vpn does and what not it is just there, you can turn it on and off, and maybe - like the thing that opera provides - you can select a country where your exitpoint should be
Please don't get this the wrong way - if you want to use a build in vpn it's all fine for me do whatever you like - I just wanted to point out my point of view on those.
Btw the reason I said that I guess that it probably won't come is not my personal refusal of such vpns but the costs that such a system will come up with and the point that there are already plenty of alternatives available to use a vpn for your whole system.
@Ayespy Where I'm from most people still drive a manual but I fully get your point. Although an automatic in the vast majority of driving situations can get you from A to B just as well as a manual so it's no big deal what people drive as far as I'm concerned, but as a software power user you can really save a lot of time and effort (which people don't realise) - so I think it's good to at least try to encourage people out of the rut of what they're used to.