Vivaldi has released a new Snapshot build, called 1.0.344.34 as it moves closer to the second beta version.
Let’s call it the Beta 2 candidate release, because that is exactly what it is, according to the developers of the browser.
Now, before going into what the new version adds, consider the following scenario. Very often, we tend to clutter our browser space by opening too many tabs. For instance, I have around 30+ tabs open on any given time. The real problem is not memory consumption aka slowdowns.
Vivaldi does have an audio tab indicator to point out which tab is being noisy, so that does make things a little bit easier. But neither is that the [...]
Vivaldi has released a new Snapshot version of its browser, which brings the version to 1.0.344.24.
The developers have hinted that this version, could be one of the last Snapshot candidates before the next Beta version is released.
The latest snapshot update focuses on fixing a plethora of bugs which have plagued the browser. These fixes include improvements for site compatibility, issues related to thumbnails, and non responsive tabs, especially those which didn’t update when discarded and ended up with a black screen. The tab muting problems on Windows and Linux should no longer happen, thanks to better placement of the speaker icon.
Vivaldi browser has received a new update in the Snapshot channel.
The latest build brings the version number up to 1.0.340.7.
Vivaldi follows in the footsteps of Microsoft Edge, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Opera, to add support for muting tabs. Vivaldi calls the feature as “Silent Tabs For Users”, which sounds a bit odd, but the company says is just an internal name. So let’s hope for something catchy. Did you notice that the shortened name for the feature is STFU?
The feature is simple to use, and all you have to do is to click on the speaker icon of any tab, to mute or unmute it. Vivaldi says it will make the Silent Tabs a [...]
Vivaldi browser, the brainchild of the co-founder of Opera, Jon Stephenson von Tetzchner, has just its first beta version.
This doesn’t come as a surprise, as the developers released a “Beta Candidate” of the browser, a week ago.
The beta version was an end result of 50 snapshots and 4 Technical previews, the first of which was released in January 2015. In those 10 months of testing, the browser managed to gatrner over 2 million downloads.
Vivaldi recently added several new options, including support for MP3 Audio and HTML5 Video formats. In the latest pre-beta version, the browser gained support for typed history lists, private windows, [...]