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Hi! My name is nomadic and I’m from New Mexico, USA (or as everyone says, "That place where the TV show 'Breaking Bad' took place").
I’ve been using Vivaldi since 2019 on Windows and Android.
My top 5 Vivaldi features are:
- Custom UI Modifications
- Configurable Keyboard Shortcuts
- Menu Customization
- Toolbar Customization
- Sharable Themes with Icon Sets
What I love about Vivaldi Community is that the Vivaldi Community is great at helping new users configure and customize the browser to fit their needs. Even when all it takes is pointing out one of Vivaldi’s numerous great features!
Interesting fact about me: People use the idiom, “this isn’t my first rodeo,” but I have technically been in two rodeos, so I can say, “this isn’t my second rodeo”. 🤠
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Let the first post of this blog be about the Vivaldi browser. Well, partly at least. It's also an adventurous tale of installing a 32 bit Linux distribution on an old Dell tablet and then getting it to run 64 bit…
6 days ago
Today marks one month since the Tokyo user meetup, where some of our most enthusiastic users got to meet the CEO of Vivaldi and some other members of the team. We have asked our Japanese ambassadors to share with us their memories of the event.
Vivaldi is a small company owned by the employees. We have no external investors and we are keeping it that way to ensure that Vivaldi can stay true to our values.
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Install Vivaldi Social as a Progressive Web App to use it in an independent window.