Vivaldi is a new Web browser from the founders of the original Opera Web Browser. Vivaldi will adapt as you browse the web.
Source: FileForum – Vivaldi for Windows
Developer: Vivaldi Technologies
Brave browser does what many other browsers claim, but it does it right. If you like Google Chrome, but want more speed and privacy, Brave is a no-brainer.
According to PCWorld, Google’s going to be playing with the new setting over the next few months. The company plans to block abusive ads by default in the stable version of Chrome toward the end of August, ostensibly to give advertisers some time to get their resource-hungry ads under control.
If you’d rather stop these ads from revving up your computer and draining your resources today, simply head to chrome://flags/#enable-heavy-ad-intervention in Chrome’s URL bar and enable the Heavy Ad Intervention flag manually.
I really got excited when I came across the article at Chrome Unboxed that walks you though the steps of installing the Vivaldi Browser on the Chromebook. I am a big, big fan of Vivaldi; especially following their last version upgrade. To install Vivaldi on a Chromebook, you must have a Chromebook that supports Linux. If you do, follow the link below to read the rest of this story…