Vivaldi Browser Gets Major Update: What’s New?

The alternative browser Vivaldi has just released version 6.8, introducing several significant enhancements. The updates cover both the interface and performance of the application itself, as well as its individual components, including extensions.

One of the most notable additions is the enhanced built-in mail client, Mail 2.0. By default, it now downloads all emails from the past 30 days and all messages visible in the mail preview window. This improvement allows users to quickly search not only by email headers but also by the content of the emails. Users can also view the first few lines of a message without opening it.

Users can manually select the period for downloading emails—day, week, month, or all time. Additionally, a new quick reply feature has been added, and future updates promise the ability to create replies without opening a new window. The mail client now also includes an undo button for recent actions.

Another major update in Vivaldi 6.8 is the addition of memory usage statistics for each tab. The address bar has also been enhanced; the Tab Switch feature can automatically direct users to an already open tab when they start typing the address of the same site.

Moreover, the browser now includes a “pause” function, which instantly mutes sound, hides tabs, and other interface elements. Only a play button icon remains on the screen, allowing users to resume their session exactly where they left off after a break.

The developers also highlighted the ability to import Chromium-based extensions and improvements to the built-in ad blocker. For more details on all the new features in the latest version of the browser, visit the official Vivaldi website.

This update makes Vivaldi a strong contender in the browser market, offering features that might appeal to tech-savvy users in the USA who are looking for more control and customization in their browsing experience.

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