Founder of Opera Software has released a new browser Vivaldi




Co-founder and former CEO of Opera Software Jon von Tetzchner has launched a new browser Vivaldi. Among the advantages of the application developer calls high speed operation and functionality of the program. Many of its features are borrowed from the original versions of Opera.


«Vivaldi – a flexible, customizable browser, for which the user is in the first place – said Jon von Tetzchner. – It does for us and our friends. ”

Major declared today a browser function – Quick Commands, Notes, Speed ​​Dials and Tab Stacks. The first is designed to run a variety of browser features with a single click. The user can configure many shortcuts. Notes allows you to add notes to the sites (one of the key innovations of the new browser, Microsoft Spartan, though, here – no handwriting).

In turn, Speed ​​Dials – a standard feature of many modern browsers. Is a network of labels that is displayed in a new tab. In Vivaldi This function supports folders with labels. Finally, Tab Stacks – grouping labels tabs open (again, one of those contained in Spartan functions).

Work on Vivaldi was conducted last year and a half. All these functions are in the preliminary technical browser version, available for download on the official website for Windows, OS X and Linux.


Vivaldi is based on the project Chromium. Developers viewed engine Firefox (Gecko) and WebKit, but eventually settled on the project Google. To engage in their own engine from Vivaldi Technologies no possibility due to insufficient resources.

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