This is the fourth preview build of the browser, which the company expects to be the last before it officially enters beta. The biggest new feature is the ability to use Chrome extensions, which can be installed directly from the Chrome Web Store.
If you’ve been considering ditching Chrome, but can’t bear the thought of leaving because you need your extensions there’s no reason to not try Vivaldi now. You can bring across everything you love from Chrome, but enjoy Vivaldi’s speed and the fact that it’s based on the same renderingd engine as Google’s browser.
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A number of smaller changes are also in this release, with new customization options (including four themes) and mouse gestures also added.
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