A browser is used by everyone, everywhere making it the most important tool on your computer. It used to just be a way to show static pages, now its a portal to the way we live, learn, work and play. Vivaldi helps you do more of everything you love faster, easier, and safer. Steered by Jon von Tetzchner (co-founder of Opera browser), Vivaldi is driven by the real needs of users today and ensures that they have the best tool to browse and do the job. The vision of Vivaldi is simple users should be in control of how the browser looks, feels and works. Vivaldi offers more features than any other modern browser and does not track its users.
Users can truly create a browser that reflects their interests, passions, and personality right from the start. Users can tailor the browser to their needs by modifying not only how the browser looks, but the layout of its elements. There is no limit to the customization on offer here. Some of the highlight features include:
Powerful Tab Management - Ability to group (stack), rename, tile (split-screen view of tabs), search in addition to pin, drag, hibernate and mute tabs.
Smarter Browsing - Side Panel with easy access to bookmarks, downloads, a tree-style access to tabs, notes, browsing history and websites of users' choice.
Raise the Productivity Bar - Built-in functionality such as the screenshot Capture tool, Notes and Image Properties.
Effortless Navigation - Keyboard Shortcuts and Mouse Gestures for quick browser commands and powerful History overview that lets users explore their browsing patterns, backed by statistics and visual clues.
Unique and Customizable Interface - Change the browser's look with Themes, Speed Dials, Adjustable Zoom levels, Clutter-free Reader View with endless options in Vivaldi's Settings.
Privacy is paramount - Encrypted data Syncing across computers including Bookmarks and Speed-Dials, saved passwords and auto-fill information, History, extensions and uniquely, Notes.
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