Vivaldi 1.1 Web Browser Released
Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 26 April 2016 at 08:10 AM EDT. 20 Comments
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If you aren't excited by today's Firefox 46 release with GTK3 support but happen to be a fan of the up-and-coming, multi-platform Vivaldi web-browser, there is a new release on that front too.

The Opera-inspired Vivaldi web-browser is up to its v1.1 milestone, less than one month after the Vivaldi 1.0 debut. Vivaldi 1.1 has more improvements to tab handling, enhances the tab hibernation mode, Speed Dials were improved from Opera 12, and the browser's engine was upgraded against Google's Chromium 50.

There is the complete change-log but very few Linux-specific changes though it's good to see most of the changes are relevant to all supported platforms. To learn more about today's Vivaldi 1.1 browser release, visit the Vivaldi blog.
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