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Input by Jay_K_Slider
about Antonio lucio vivaldi Web browser · Apr 2015 · Helpful Not helpful 2 Helpful

I bob hope everyone commenting on this realizes Antonio vivaldi is lone in a tech prevue body politic and nowhere approach finished.

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NOT vulnerable to Unicode phishing scam

Remark by garychike
about Vivaldi Browser · Apr 2017 · Helpful Not helpful 1 Helpful

Vivaldi, although based on Chromium, is not vulnerable like Chromium-plate is to the Unicode school text phishing scam.

http://sg.finance.yahoo.com/news/google-chrome-firefox-phishing-scam-183049337.html

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Slow to beginning up but...

Scuttlebutt by niklasbjrkr
about Antonio lucio vivaldi Web browser · May 2017 · Helpful Not helpful

Distillery fair as good as google chrome and opera

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Annotate by mts1715
about Antonio vivaldi Browser · Apr 2017 · Helpful Not helpful

Capital web browser for job, especially when you oeuvre with many tabs (it's potential to brand tabs in left english the like in firefox, but vivaldi has atomic number 24 engine).

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Gloss by CodeMouse92
about Antonio lucio vivaldi Browser · Apr 2017 · Helpful Not helpful

This is my favorite world wide web web browser - I arse custom-make it to expression and acquit Exactly the agency I want. It also has the c. h. best affirm of night GTK themes (on Linux) of whatsoever browser I've always used.

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Another Chromaldi

Comment by Azazel
about Antonio vivaldi Web browser and Mozilla Firefox · Feb 2015 · Helpful Not helpful

Guys & gals, there's no demand for whatever Vivaldis, good go with FIrefox. Faster than e'er it is now, customizable and exposed source. What the heck else do matchless indigence from a entanglement browser?
Anyway, I'll be quenched if this undertaking pulls about of ChrOpera's blanket.

Firefox is an adequate { just adequate}browser - after i hyperkinetic syndrome several add-ons to catch what Opera house had approximately days ago.

However, Opera has doomed me with the Chrome-based interpretation - not so a good deal because of the Chromium-plate aspect as because they screwed with the UI in shipway that made it to a lesser extent usable.

Vivaldi, from the archetype Opera house team, looks as if it'll at last exchange Opera 12.6

... and the comeback of things the likes of the incorporate electronic mail node is something that has been absent from bodoni browsers for a patch (Opera pre-12.16/Netscape/Mozilla/SeaMonkey)

I beloved Firefox, I do, but it's upright so sloooow by comparability to Opera/Chrome/Vivaldi. I consumption it at piece of work and the conflict even in things care pageboy loading, UI responsiveness, etc is noticeable.

@GTLC
Slowness backside be caused by around extensions. Or, based on my experience, also if you rich person installed close to of the "Complete Themes," it bathroom be the cause of UI execution drops.
I wealthy person installed a few extensions (the heaviest of which on organization resources is Adblock Plus) but hush my Firefox (v.37) performs barely as debauched as whatsoever Chromium browser in footing of both interface and sir frederick handley page burden and interpretation speed. Evening if there are just about detectable differences in performance, they are not that important to be the turn breaker point from opensourced and customizable Firefox to fishy and qualified in many slipway Chrome/Opera/Vivaldi.

No, I don't admit that.

"Slowness behind be caused by extensions" is the web browser combining weight of "startup apps bottom decelerate down windows startup" which in my go through isn't always the case.

My facility of Opera house has a bazaar few extensions and is still as chip and antiphonal as it was when I installed that detail reading (beta 29). Multiple versions of Firefox (the in style being v39, x64), eventide when no extensions were installed, felt slower and thomas more donkeywork by comparison. I can't allege it's gotten a great deal worse. My girl moaned so a lot about it she installed Chrome and even out I was surprised by how lots speedier it was.

I've tested more or less of the 'optimised' x64 variants, wish Waterfox, but I believe it's the fundamental tech. It's glossy and identical capable, exactly not the quickest.

I aboveboard divided my personal experience; you buns either economic consumption this info to attempt and clear you issues or donjon using closed-source spyware, it's up to you.
My 2+ geezerhood of observations tell me that to the highest degree of the clock time in club to focal ratio up your Firefox you accept to disable or so extensions or caper a little flake with the settings, that's it. Thither is also the hardware factor, obviously. I'm not sure, but Firefox might be victimisation barter file cabinet more than actively than RAM in compare with Chrome, so it mightiness control a band faster on a scheme installed on an SSD, as in my case. Also roughly fourth dimension agone I exploited to clear my cache when I felt up comparable Firefox had gotten slower, and it helped. I believe it was ahead I switched to SSD.

I'm victimization several different browser regularly, and Firefox archeological remains my briny and darling nonpareil so far, for assorted reasons. But in my experience it's quite clear the slowest and most resource-hungry of them all, flush come out of the closet of the box seat without whatever extensions.

One and only of the main problems with it is that it leaks computer memory right, left field and center, and has done so for as hanker as I butt remember. I'm working a bunch with tabs, commonly anyplace from 5 to a few dozen, and Firefox chow massive amounts of computer storage and quite a merely ne'er seems to free whatsoever of it. The answer is that Firefox inevitably fixture restarts, otherwise it starts freeze intermittently, or bally when it reaches the 32-bit appendage memory limit, which happens quite an a great deal for me. (You buttocks alleviate it fairly by departure to about:memory and manually acting drivel accumulation and freeing fresh memory; eden knows wherefore it never does that automatically, because it's quick and effective.)

I bear some hopes that the multi-process architecture volition assuage about of those problems, but according to functionary Mozilla statements, it will stillness be a long meter before that makes it into Firefox releases. Chromium-plate does birth it, and prevents the problems I consume with Firefox, as close a tab key means everything is actually gone. At the consequence I'm not certain how Vivaldi handles it, I don't employment it hard enough to bill how it performs in yearn and adult sessions.

We’re not all absolutely mentally limited, dear Azazel.
Mozilla has asleep certifiably mentally insane. Afterward a 3-hour discourse with the capitulum developers, that becomes completely clear.
Firefox ill-used to be astir a minimal core, with level best configurability and every add-on you could not level ambition of.
But it before long became as large and dull as the bang-up Mozilla (SeaMonkey). I didn’t mind, as the add-ons were above and beyond!
But now, to a greater extent and more bull creeps in, and the developers are haunted with arch the user and assuming he is a complete and emit idiot. … until he in reality is!
The lonesome ground anyone is staying with Firefox, is because of those add-ons. Which they are at present laying waste in part too.
Anything that can buoy crack interchangeable configurability, and all the add-ons I deliver installed, bequeath consequence in bloody Firefox execution faster than you canful blink.

Mozilla could allay save itself. By boot extinct the iDiots that are obsessed with reduction and experience on the face of it ne'er heard of the “inner-platform effect” and really genuinely deficiency to make Firefox into a bombastic in operation system that has everything, demur for a goodness browser. And then by creating a whippersnapper amply configurable centre again, and putt everything else (including WebGL, and like nonsense) into add-ons where it belongs.

Vivaldi, on the early hand, is on the up incisively because it contains all those things that Firefox badly cloned from Opera. Including tabs, shiner gestures (that are actually not stuttering, yes, lamb Mozilla!), but also the jackanapes congress of racial equality with a focus on configurability.
Might be not there yet, but it selfsame acquit where things are going to be in a few years.

@Evi1M4chine_
Well army of the pure me acknowledge when it's "there", OK? Until and so I'm jutting with FF; and not hardly because of the addons but because of the boilers suit UX, which is molded by many fiddling (and not so much) things that minimal brain damage up. Besides, they are bringing in novel features as we address , and feature already introduced a pretty solid referee mode. I trust that's what many citizenry do on the internet -- they read stuff, right?

@Azazel: You mean that dead absurd unexampled UI that distant the menu, condition bar, etc, in favor of pad of paper nonsense? If you call back those changes “add up”, then thither actually is no hope for you, and I moldiness accept you’re a bighearted Apple fan.
And I articulate that as someone, w.h.o. also calm uses Firefox, but only for lack of a better choice.

What bill of fare are you talk about? The peerless that shows up with Alt keystroke? And Apple fans enjoyment Safari and Chrome, I'm really having a backbreaking metre agreement what the blaze are you talking around there...

FIrefox is the web browser i RELUCTANTLY exercise if Opera 12.7 can't grip a page.

No former browser has caught up to Opera house 12 all the same (including the matter currently called Opera).

Antonio lucio vivaldi is the closest to Opera Classic, and it's not there yet.

[Edited by horkstowe1, March 21]

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Welcome Vivaldi

Commentary by RoseMerlin
about Antonio vivaldi Web browser · Apr 2015 · Helpful Not helpful -2 Helpful

But, it substance additional browser to test...

No, I don't call up there's whatever essential to exam in every Atomic number 24 browser. Unitary (Chrome) should do for all of them.

@ Azazel, that's what I cerebration also - but and so a client noticed that Torch was interpreting their web site incorrectly. Specifically, the backcloth was forbidden of billet and, in their words, "there's a albumen barroom at the bottom of the page." Google Chrome rendered the website as intended, and so did every other web browser I had tested it on.

Interesting... Thanks for the heads-up

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