Vivaldi – a browser created by the founder and ex-CEO of Opera – made waves when it was announced a year ago. Unlike popular choices like Chrome and Firefox, which depend heavily on extensions if you want to do anything beyond basic browsing, Vivaldi was built as an all-in-one solution for “the Web’s most demanding users.” After a long preview period and “millions” of downloads, the browser is finally hitting version 1.0, meaning the company finally thinks the browser is stable and useful enough for general audiences. That said, if you didn’t try out Vivaldi’s beta, and all you’ve ever used is Chrome, Firefox…

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