New User say hello wanting verification
Slim last edited by
Hello I am a 70 year old new guy . Just found Vivaldi couple days ago.and converting 10 computers from different platforms. Came from firefox,palemoon,opera. since versions 1 They keep getting worse.
Looking forward to a future ability to sync. I know they dont announce in advance. I have that ability pretty well now using Evernote till it happens
My question is on my first install I was offered a free email account. Not knowing I declined. From what I have read this is not available but there is a site called "I love free software" that directs to a what appears to be a Vivaldi site for a free email account. Before I sign up I wanted to verify
So far I have to say this seems to be the most common sense and most usable browser out there And the first one I have seen that will actually give up memory and is not CPU hoarding nuts!
@Slim - When you signed up for the forum you received a free email account. It doesn't have a terribly large storage quota (only 1 GB I think) but is useful for any number of people who don't run huge email volumes.
At the top of the page you will find a "MAIL" link that will take you to your free account ([email protected]) and you may start using it.
Pesala last edited by
It's a convenient address to use for Vivaldi Bug Reports if you want to keep them separate from your other email.
TbGbe last edited by
My question is on my first install I was offered a free email account.
That doesn't sound like it was an install from https://vivaldi.com
I'm NOT saying that you have anything to worry about, but it might be worth checking for any unwanted software that may have come from your install.
there is a site called "I love free software" that directs to a what appears to be a Vivaldi site for a free email account.
Yes, this article
is talking about the account you now have (as @Ayespy referred to ).