Vivaldi users know perfectly well that we are a minority. The vast majority use Chrome, some Windows users seem to stay on Edge, Apple users are comfortable with Safari and Linux users, well, a little of everything, but many use Firefox. Sometimes when you think why you are working with a browser like this, its developers come along, they throw something like Vivaldi 4.1 and think "sure, for things like this."
La previous version He took mail, calendar, and RSS client out of the experiment. In addition, it also introduced the option to translate web pages, and its developers must have thought that such a large update deserved a renumbering that was not a "period something." The delivery that is available from today does not come with so many new features, but the usual has happened: some improvements attract attention, like the new ones accordion eyelashes.
Vivaldi 4.1 highlights
- New accordion tabs that add to the single stack and double stack. The best way to see how it works is to watch the video they posted in this release note, but the stacks add an arrow that opens when you click on them.
- Command strings, which are combined commands that can be configured.
- Windows background updates have been turned on for both native and standalone installations.
- The reader mode has added a minute counter to know how long it will take to read an article.
- Many small tweaks that you can see in this link.
Vivaldi 4.1 available for a few hours for all supported systems. Users of a Linux distribution such as Debian / Ubuntu in which the repository is added after the first installation will already have the new package waiting in the software center. Others of us will still have to wait a little longer to make music with our new accordion.