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Vivaldi 2.3.1440.57


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Vivaldi is a Chromium-based web browser for power users that is fast, rich in functionality, flexible and puts the user first. Vivaldi's interface is very customizable. Vivaldi combines simplicity and fashion to create a basic, highly customizable interface that provides everything a internet user could need. The browser allows users to customize the appearance of UI elements such as background color, overall theme, address bar and tab positioning, and start pages. Vivaldi features the ability to "stack" and "tile" tabs, annotate web pages, add notes to bookmarks and much more.


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Sharecode: /files/7159837/Vivaldi_Portable_stable_32-64-bit_Multilingual_Online.exe.html

Portable Vivaldi stable Online (0.8 MB)


In first screen enter: 2.3.1440.57 or 1.0.435.46 for XP/Vista



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Portable Vivaldi

- Custom Portable Format (NSIS)
- Online Installers 0.8 MB
- The Online Installer downloads the current official version and uses it to generate the Portable version
- When a new official version is available, the Installer can be re-executed to update the Portable version
- It's highly recommended re-executing the Online Installer each time a new version/revision is available
- Settings of installed version should be preserved
- Multilingual


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Custom Portable Format Developed by @DoomStorm (Portables and Repacks Workbench)

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This version of 2.3 is finally a good one for stability with Ctrl+F -- unless you have a Mac, then maybe not.

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On 3/1/2019 at 10:11 AM, GlacialMan said:

Unofficial Portable Opera

Vivaldi, not Opera 😉

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