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Vivaldi browsers adds synchronisation and speed in the upgrade to version 2.0 | ZDNetVivaldi, the web browser for power users, has moved to the 2.0 level with a faster, sleeker version that now includes synchronisation between computers. Vivaldi CEO Jon von Tetzchner, who co-founded both Vivaldi and Opera, told ZDNet that sync was the feature most frequently requested by users of earlier versions.
Vivaldi 2.0 Desktop Browser Featuring Expanded Customization, Sync Across Devices and Privacy Tools Released [Q&A With Founder] - SlashdotVivaldi announced Wednesday it has released a major update to its namesake desktop web browser, remaining as one of the rare companies that is still attempting to fight Google's monopoly in the space. Major features in Vivaldi 2.0 include: Syncing browsers across computers:Version 2.0 allows users t...
Vivaldi's massive update brings tab management and a refreshed UI to its privacy-focused browserVivaldi browser - a brainchild of Opera's co-founder Jon von Tetzchner - has launched its first major upgrade since its initial release in 2016. The company claims that Vivaldi 2.0 has more than 1,500 improvements over the first version. These include encrypted data sync, extensive tab management, and a customizable user interface.
A Year Ago I Ditched Chrome For Vivaldi and Never Looked BackGoogle's Chrome is the world's most popular web browser, but that doesn't mean it's the best. At ten years old, Chrome has picked up some bad habits like hogging RAM or logging in users without their permission. But in the face of Chrome's hegemonic presence, the field of competitors has gotten leaner, faster, and more interesting.
Vivaldi 2.0 browser is even more customizable, plus it now syncs across computersIf you want to step back from Chrome, the Vivaldi alternative browser just grew up a notch with the addition of cross-computer sync and other improvements in version 2.0. Vivaldi, with about 1 million people using it each month, doesn't have anything like the visibility or clout of Google's Chrome, Mozilla's Firefox or Apple's Safari.
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