if i switch to vivaldi: can i benefit from the development in Chrome
hello dear all
new to vivaldi:
if i switch to vivaldi : can i benefit from the development in Chrome.
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note: i have heard that vivaldi is related to Chrome (Chromium) - and i guess that therefore - i can imagine that all the sustainable development of Chrome will be also - hmmm let us say "available"
-so - if this is true - then all the comium user can go to vivaldi - and still can benefit from
- the sustainable development in chromium
- the ecology of extensions of chromium too
love to hear from you
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@steelie Vivaldi uses the Blink engine, this means all the development going into it will arrive in Vivaldi after a delay. Whatever Chromium/Chrome does in the UI will not arrive in Vivaldi.
many thansk for the quick answer - i all ways thought that
Blink-engine on Chromium & Chrome.
And therefore i guess that the Chromium - development will sometimes arrives at the Vivaldi browser...
Vivaldi uses the Blink engine, this means all the development going into it will arrive in Vivaldi after a delay. Whatever Chromium/Chrome does in the UI will not arrive in Vivaldi.
@steelie Vivaldi is always built upon the current Chromium structure with a delay for full inclusion of the current version of a week to six weeks. For instance, the current release of Chromium is release 89. Both Vivaldi Stable and Vivaldi Snapshot are built on release 89. Soon, the Snapshot stream of Vivaldi will incorporate Chromium 90, and about a week or so (probably) after Chromium 90 is released to the public, then Vivaldi Stable will be released, incorporating Chromium 90.
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@steelie If you want the latest Chrome features - sometimes even sooner than they are released to chrome stable - you can use Vivaldi snapshot.