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About Vivaldi

If the name John von Tetzchner doesn’t mean anything to you, then here’s the main thing you need to know about him: he co-founded and served as Opera Software’s CEO and he helped create the Opera browser. But he became disenchanted with the direction the company took and decided to leave. He then founded Vivaldi Technologies and created a new browser called Vivaldi.

Vivaldi’s main appeal isn’t that it is fast, easy to use, and packed with all sorts of useful features. No, Vivaldi’s main appeal is that it lets you make the browser your own. It’s your browser, so you should be able to customize it the way you want to. Well, Vivaldi offers tons of customization options: pick a theme, choose where the tab bar is placed, select a custom color and image for your start page, hide/show the side panel, set it up so the browser loads certain webpages at startup, toggle Speed Dial titles, and more.

Vivaldi is free and available for Windows, Mac and Linux.

Vivaldi Features

Lots of customization options

Vivaldi puts a ton of customization options at your disposal. There are several themes to choose from, you can choose where the tab bar is displayed, you can modify the Speed Dial titles, and much more.

Theme scheduler

As mentioned above, Vivaldi’s interface provides support for themes. On top of that, Vivaldi features a theme scheduler, meaning that it will automatically change the UI theme based on the schedule you set up.

Tab Stacking

Vivaldi lets you stack tabs on top of one another. Take a tab, drag & drop it onto another tab and you will create something that I’m going to describe as a "folder of tabs."

Built-in note taking tool

Click the notepad icon from the sidebar to bring up the note taking tool that’s built into the Vivaldi web browser. Don’t let a brilliant idea be forgotten, use this note taking tool to write it down.

Built-in screen capture tool

Vivaldi’s built-in screen capture tool can take screenshots of the entire webpage or just a region on the screen. By default, the screenshot will be saved as a PNG file.