Version 32-bit (recomendet) or 64-bit?
Jakiej używacie na 64-bitowym systemie? Nie zauważyłam od razu i wzięłam wersję 32-bitową na Windows 7 Prof. Zamienić? Jeśli tak, to czy ustawienia i inne foldery użytkownika, w tym rozszerzenia, mogą pozostać? What version Vivaldi do you use on a 64-bit system? I did not notice right away and took a 32-bit version for Windows 7 Prof. Replace? If so, the settings and other user folders, including extensions, can remain?
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What do you use 64-bit system? I did not notice right away and took a 32-bit version for Windows 7 Prof. Replace? If so, the settings and other user folders, including extensions, can remain?
There is no great advantage from using the 64-bit version.
Sorry for the language, I got lost on the forum…
Windows 7 Professional 64-bit SP1"
I installed Vivaldi 32-bit.
Is it worth the trade? Can I leave the user's folders after removal of the 32-bit?
As it says on the blog:
• Windows: 32-bit for Win7+ (Recommended) | 64-bit for Win7+
If you want to try both, I suggest using the Standalone advanced installation option, and put them in different folders. I always use that option to keep the user data in the installation folder on an encrypted Veracrypt virtual drive.
I actually have both installed for "All users", they use the same profile (user data folder). Naturally that means you should not run both at the same time as they would mess up your data if they both tried to update it while the other is running. But if you did remove one and install the other, they will use the data from the previous install.
Im on Win 10 Pro 64-bit, I installed Vivaldi 1.4 32-bit under appdata instead of program files - does Vivaldi behave the same? Or would it be better to install to program files?