My favorite browser!
It’s based on Chrome so it supports all the extensions I already use.
It’s a browser for the internet power-user. It’s a bit lacking in Touch Support so you’re still better off (IMHO) with Edge if you’re not using the V keyboard.
It has [Awesome] Tab management features and super UI customization. They’ve recently re-vamped the History to be incredibly useful, fast, intuitive and awesome beyond any other browser I’ve ever seen. The Quick-Command box is very much like the Spotlight box in OSX and gives tons of functionality without needing to go through menus. (example: set a bookmarks ‘nickname’, then in the Quick-Command box, type that nickname. As soon as the last character is matched, the bookmark opens immediately in a new tab)
I could go on and on, but there’s way too much cool stuff for me to iterate here. Proably all the smart guys here know and use Vivaldi already but just in case you hadn’t heard about it, you owe it to your RAM to check out Vivaldi browser. Why do you owe it to your RAM, you might ask? Well, you can Hibernate a tab or a whole stack of tabs…keeping them in view, but [Not In RAM!] (until you click the tab to view it of course) Now you can actually have 100 tabs open, but only the set you’re currently USING will be loaded in RAM if you Hibernate the rest.
Additionally, I was thinking that we could create a custom theme for the V and make it available for everyone. The background of the New Tab page can be set to that nice Red on Black “V” image that was on the background of the review units that Eve-Tech had at Computex. The Tabs and other UI elements can be set to the built-in “Dark” theme which is Red on Black. Seems great to me because I love dark themes, they’re easier on my eyes but the default theme colors of the forum could be used for a ‘light’ theme too.
Do I sound like a fanboy? Well, it’s because I am.