@ersi Vivaldi seems to be fairly nice. Editing bookmarks is unintuitive, but my main problem is I can't seem to figure out how to use bookmarklets? A browser that doesn't do bookmarklets is pretty useless...
On the plus side, it taught me something about Chrome: Ctrl+Shift+Del is not exclusive to Vivaldi, but Vivaldi makes it easily discoverable through the menus.The main advantage is actually that it seems to be slightly faster than Chrome. I'm not sure how that's possible but I also recall post-2014 Opera saying something about being faster than Chrome...A big thing Vivaldi does better than Chrome is that you can actually press Escape to lose focus the addressbar. Freaking annoying in Chrome and Firefox when you get down to it.
My tiny experience with bookmarklets in old Opera times never carried over to later times. They may be very useful, but it so happens that I don't need them.
There's a 2.0 release: https://vivaldi.com/changelog-vivaldi-1-15-to-2-0/It's been that long already.
...you've got something a lot closer to what I expected when Opera announced they were switching to WebKit/Blink.
In the future, websites will likely use the Picture-in-Picture Specification to offer this via custom buttons and better control the experience for the user.
I don't need answers to these questions.
Edge is astonishingly high in the table. [whisper]I admit using it on Android
Ah, probably some other planet where iPhone users exist is included in the statistics. I tend to forget the Apple planet.
I know there's all kinds of Microsoft on Android, but there's a Microsoft browser on Android?
Possibly as an attempt to compensate for losing Windows Mobile OS.
But I'll give Windows Phone that the utterly ridiculous Windows 8/10 "Metro"/"Modern" interface actually kind of works on capacitive touch phones.
Did Windows Mobile have multi-app functions like dual-pane and floating windows?
There's a browser called Coc Coc??
Cốc Cốc browser is a product of Cốc Cốc - a technology company founded by Vietnamese engineers.This browser is a whole new experience "tailored" specifically to the everyday needs of Vietnamese people.
We made effort to understand [Google's waffle about suspending Vivaldi's AdWords account] and to work with them on their various unreasonable demands (some of which they don't follow themselves, by the way). After almost three months of back-and-forth, the suspension to our account has been lifted, but only when we bent to their requirements.A monopoly both in search and advertising, Google, unfortunately, shows that they are not able to resist the misuse of power. I am saddened by this makeover of a geeky, positive company into the bully they are in 2017.
Privacy wise it offers even less user control than Chrome.
It's funny/sad to see how many of those people complaining about Google's monopoly and evilness are using their browser/forks helping Google to become even more powerful and hoggish.
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