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  1. Earlier this week I bumped into the Vivaldi browser for the first time. Vivaldi is yet another Chromium offspring but it is a rather good one I think, hence the idea that I should recommend it in the Forum. When installed in Vivaldi, most Chrome extensions run without issues but Vivaldi's user interface is very different from the standard Chrome UI that is why there can be issues with extensions relying on some Chrome UI stuff. Nonetheless, I can run two of my favorites: Dark Reader SuperBlock Adblocker I do not want to list all the cool features Vivaldi has; you might want to take it for a test drive to see them for yourself. I would like to note that I actually use three browsers for my daily routines (and of course others for testing frontend but that is a different story...): - "standard" Chrome for development (no content changing plugins are installed here). - Vivaldi for regular browsing on the net (hence the two extensions highlighted above) -> I used to use Chrome Canary for this. - Firefox for logging into various hosting control panels I have to use for work. To tell the truth there are some features I miss when using Vivaldi but the sheer number of Vivaldi only useful features convinced me to make the switch. I hope some of you will also find Vivaldi to be a viable alternative. Have a nice Sunday
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