Vivaldi is a web browser with an integrated e-mail client and online synchronization feature for Windows. Vivaldi is an extended, feature-rich copy of the Chromium-based Opera 12 browser. Uses the Blink web interpreter,
Equipped with dozens of useful features, such as notes, sessional garbage can of closed tabs, picture and flash graphics viewer, webpage screenshot, etc. Supports the import and initiation of third-party plugins and extensions, including "home-made", which allows you to expand the functional part of the browser and customize it "on the spot".
- Analyzes, interprets and visualizes digital code in web pages with Blink web engine;
- Memorizes function call "buttons" placed in the interface;
- Initiates execution of a digital algorithm for a specific function when it is activated;
- Automatically pauses processing of all digital accesses, tools and functions (for a few milliseconds) to clear the "digital junk" accumulated in RAM, thus speeding up the browser and system performance;
- Memorizes closed tabs and their order, storing the information in a special "recycle garbage can" within a single session;
- Changes the way graphical elements are loaded and displayed according to the user's preferences;
- Imports, analyzes and initiates functional add-ons and plug-ins loaded by the user;
- Loads a list of potentially dangerous web resources from Google distribution, "freezes" the information packets associated with them, notifies the user about the danger and closes/downloads the dangerous resource, depending on the user's choice.
- Combination of Opera 12 functionality, Chromium speed and dozens of useful tools missing in both Opera and Chromium;
- Intelligent, "self-optimizing" system of RAM resource allocation;
- Ability to expand basic functionality through modules;
- Flexible and customizable tools for loading and rendering the content;
- Relatively high speed of web page loading and rendering;
- Synchronization with the largest signature of dangerous web resources, freezing their further loading and requesting the user's reaction in case of any danger.
- Ability to write and implement your own plugins directly - without "dancing with tambourine";
- Using plug-ins may cause viruses to infect your PC;
- Lack of possibility to set permissions for the "dangerous web resource" on a permanent basis (true for any browser based on Chromium).