Web browsers are probably the most widely used software in any operating systems, and actually there are five major browsers available, such as, Internet Explorer (now Edge), Firefox, Safari, Google Chrome and Opera. According W3C browser statistics, Google Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer are the most used browsers today.
But in 2015 was announced the new browser called Vivaldi, this browser has been capturing a lot of users and it promises to be one of the best browsers in the next years.
This browser was built by the ex-CEO of Opera software, is name Jon von Tetzchner; for those that like to use many tabs, (opened tabs), this browser will be very addicted for them.
Tab Stacks: The ability to drop tabs on each other to create a stack when you find you have to many tabs open across the browser.
Tab Stack Tiling: View multiple pages open inside the browser at the same time.
Notes: Mark and save excerpts of pages as notes that can also include screenshots.
Web Panels: View small versions of the websites sidebar that can be browsed along with the main window.
Support for quickly commands.
Support for Google Chrome extensions.
Available for Windows, Mac and Linux, this browse has as a base, the Chromium project (with Blink engine) and Node.js, HTML5 and React interfaces.
Vivaldi is free, interesting browser that offers a degree of flexibility and new features which makes it an attractive as a browser option. Check it out!