5 signs it’s time to replace your browser

The browser you’re currently using might not be the best one for you, but you’re probably so used to its antics, you aren’t even looking for a new one. Yet, the browser is the most important application on your computer and phone and it’s worth investing some time into choosing the right one. A good… Continue Reading 5 signs it’s time to replace your browser

Vivaldi improves media playback and adds sharing of URLs with QR codes

With the latest version of Vivaldi on desktop and notebooks, Vivaldi Technologies brings new updates to its built-in features and overall improvements. In Vivaldi 3.5, there’s a convenient way to easily share URLs with QR code via a small button in the Address Field, when enabled. Also, there are a variety of fixes, including media… Continue Reading Vivaldi improves media playback and adds sharing of URLs with QR codes

Vivaldi introduces a full-page Notes Manager and configurable menus

The Vivaldi browser unveils a first-of-its-kind full-page Notes Manager, an upgrade to its unique Notes feature. It also features the much-requested option to configure menus, as well as speed improvements. Vivaldi’s distinguishing features – Tab Stacks, Tab Tiling, Vertical Tabs, Window Panel, Web Panels, Page Capture, Speed Dials, Mouse Gestures, Bookmark Manager, Tracker and Ad… Continue Reading Vivaldi introduces a full-page Notes Manager and configurable menus

Vivaldi gives users easier access to search products on Yandex Market

The Vivaldi browser, available on Windows, Mac, Linux computers, and Android devices, integrates Yandex Market to its latest version as a default Speed Dial. This integration lets users get direct access to thousands of stores on Yandex Market with a single click and allows them to enjoy a truly immersive experience while browsing with one… Continue Reading Vivaldi gives users easier access to search products on Yandex Market

How to stop search engines from tracking you

The sites you visit, what you type in the browser, your downloads – we have zero interest and zero access to that data. It’s either stored locally on your machine or encrypted. But some search engines can track every search you do on a single website – down to IP address-level. They can: * Track… Continue Reading How to stop search engines from tracking you