Vivaldi’s take on the antitrust case against Google
You think people CURRENTLY ENJOYING particular games in Windows will have no problem completely forgetting about that, voluntarily (and with no real reason) submitting themselves to the learning curve of switching OS and then looking for DIFFERENT games to play? That really isn't how most people behave...
And no way I will change things my wife is comfortable with as I prefer to stay married to her...
Truly, the latter could be considered a pretty legit reason not to bother with it.
But then again, first and above all my post was intended to be informative -and I think I explained a lot- , secondly in my view which is actually my book, whoever is making spying 24/7 for Billy G and others a precondition for enjoying my hobby does not deserve my money so he doesn't get it, and I have stopped playing a favorite game of mine because of that. It's really that simple, but different people, different life values.
Ja27CS2g last edited by
Vivaldi does not work with Google, but Vivaldi allows google extensions on their browser, so isn't there some sort of collaboration with Vivaldi for the extensions to be used?
isn't there some sort of collaboration with Vivaldi for the extensions to be used?
No, there is not. There is no collaboration between Vivaldi and Google of any kind.
Catweazle last edited by
@Ayespy , search with Google in the context menu of Vivaldi.
@Catweazle don't think so
Vivaldi generates revenue from partner deals with search engines.
Every time you search using one of the pre-installed search engines, you’re helping us grow, one search at a time. Currently, we work with DuckDuckGo, Qwant, Ecosia, Startpage, Yahoo!, Bing, and Yandex.
The only exception is Google – we don’t make money when you search with Google. However, we know that some of you use this search engine daily, so we include it in Vivaldi.
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Steffie last edited by
Screenshots at forty paces... showdown at the !=OK corral.
@Catweazle I don't have that entry surely because I have deleted Google as a search engine long time ago, but you call a menu entry inherited from Chromium (and probably in most Chromium-based browsers too), explained in Vivaldi's blog why it's there, and which can be deleted to... honour its partner majestically, a... collaboration? I guess I have to look up that word in the lexicon & encyclopedia again.
Asires last edited by
@Steffie You certainly read a lot of fiction, madame.
Good joke. I'm afraid it will get a little closer to reality when Google forces the manifest v3.