The next-generation web browser for power users, based on the powerful Chromium project
A web browser designed for you
The main goal of the Vivaldi project is to make a highly flexible, low on resources and extremely fast web browser software that works across all mainstream computer operating systems, a web browser that is rich in functionality and designed for you, the user.
Quick Commands and Notes
Major key features include Quick Commands that allow power users to navigate the Internet, as well as to search through web history, open tabs, internal settings, bookmarks, etc., using only their keyboards (look ma no mouse), Notes that allow power users to take notes while surfing the Internet, as well as to add screenshots and use tags, so you can easily organize websites.
Speed Dials and Tab Stacks
Speed Dials is another power feature of the Vivaldi web browser, allowing power users to easily and quickly access their favorite websites. This functionality can be enhanced with multiple Speed Dial groups, so you can forget about bookmarks. In addition, the Tab Stacks functionality allows power users to organize their tabs in a new, intuitive way, by group multiple tabs under a single tab.
Runs on 64-bit GNU/Linux, Windows and Mac
Vivaldi is a 64-bit web browser app that runs only on modern computers powered by a 64-bit processor. It is currently supported on GNU/Linux distribution that use either of the DEB or RPM package management systems, such as Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, CentOS, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, openSUSE, Linux Mint, and any of their derivatives. Of course, you can also use Vivaldi on the mainstream Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X operating systems.