Vivaldi On The Prowl For Raspberries And ARMs

Released in an experimental format, the Vivaldi browser is tailored for Raspberry Pi and other ARM-based Linux devices. According to its developers, Vivaldi is the most feature-rich browser on the market and provides a versatile internet experience for its users.

 

In addition to Windows, macOS and Linux (x86/x86_64), Vivaldi is now available for a range of ARM based Linux devices. This includes the Raspberry Pi Zero, Raspberry Pi 2 and Raspberry Pi 3 – single-board ARM based computers with over 14 million units sold worldwide – as well as CubieBoard, ASUS Tinker Board and others. The browser offers a range of features and customizations for users who like to optimize their web browsing for maximum productivity. This experimental build gives even more options for DIY fans using devices such as the Raspberry Pi.

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Running on Raspberry Pi, Vivaldi lets users optimize settings to boost overall performance. To reduce resource usage, they can turn off animated GIFs or use the advanced Reader Mode for a clutter-free reading environment. Vivaldi also has built-in functionality such as tab grouping, screenshot capture, ability to take notes right in the browser and so on – in combination, resulting in a speedy browsing experience.

 

The Vivaldi web browser is available free of charge and is available for DOWNLOAD. Installation on Raspbian just requires double-clicking on the downloaded installer. For more info, pay Vivaldi a visit.

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