@drbonesaw , right, but it's no problem to delete Bing from the search engine list and use any other you want, most with a simple right click in a search bar.
Vivaldi also need to make money and it do this with sponsor links in the default settings, but the user itself is free to delete them if he want.
Some user like to use Bing and also Google for searching, not all of them are worry about privacy, because companies and academies also use Vivaldi and several Google and MS services.
Vivaldi is as private as the user wants or needs to be, only depends its settings.
I don't use DDG, because search engines with Bing engine like DDG or Ecosia, don't have the amount of relevant results, like those with the Google engine, like Startpage or Whoogle, but I think that selling anonym searches, which don't identify the user isn't a great privacy lack, it only can have statistical results.
Whip a cupful of cream stiff. Rub enough bananas through a fine sieve to make a cupful of pulp, and beat this at once into the whipped cream; add four tablespoonfuls of powdered sugar, and beat to a frothy mass. Line a glass dish with almond macaroons, fill it with the banana cream, and sprinkle this generously with tiny bits of crystallized cherries, citron and blanched and minced almonds. Serve at once. Of course, the fruits and nuts must be minced and made ready before the preparation of the banana cream is begun.
@longlife Vivaldi also has factory built in nice effects called page actions:
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The name Crimsonshade originates from an old MMO where I used to play a rogue. The name is supposed to refer to this - "shade" as in "someone who hides in the shadows" and "crimson" as in the colour of blood (the name could also have a double meaning, as "shade" could also be referring to a shade of colour). While I long ago quit the game in question and now just use the name as a cool moniker, were I still playing, the "Lucifer" connection would be quite apt 😉