A Windows 10 bug makes headlines thanks to Vivaldi
Recently, Yngve Pettersen from Vivaldi’s team reported a huge Windows 10 performance issue to Chromium. They discovered that the problem was caused by a Windows security feature and reported that to Microsoft. The story was picked up by many publications such as ZDNet and Forbes. Feel free to share with anyone who might be interested!
"Sometimes the most important piece of information is just the knowledge that a piece of code runs faster in one environment than the other". Fantastic that you could get the ball rolling so quickly on this one, @BruceDawson0xB @Windowshttps://t.co/Vl8fvvUOj0
— Vivaldi (@vivaldibrowser) April 30, 2019
Jon von Tetzchner talks to CNET
Did you catch Jon’s interview with Stephen Shankland from CNET? “We put the user at the center. A lot of people say something like that, but we actually do. We listen to the requirements of individuals. We built in the flexibility so everyone should be able to get the browser that they need and want. We’re also not engaging in data collection, because that wouldn’t fit with putting the user at the center.” Take a look at the interview for more thoughts on privacy as well as Vivaldi’s roadmap!
What I learned from @Vivaldi CEO @jonsvt exclusive interview: 1. Vivaldi won't block ads but might block ad trackers; 2. Android version of Vivaldi due this year; 3. He wants privacy regulation to block online tracking. https://t.co/2Ws0sGRdrO
— Stephen Shankland (@stshank) March 30, 2019
Vivaldi users plant 73,000 trees with Ecosia
On Earth Day, we announced that over the past 2 years, Vivaldi users have planted an astonishing 73,000 trees with Ecosia! What a spectacular achievement! 🌳🌳🌳 We’re thrilled that two years ago, we made the decision to team up with “the search engine that plants trees”. The tree count is rising each day. Way to go!
Vivaldi is largely run on clean power but we don't stop there! Over the past 2 years, Vivaldi users have planted an astonishing 73,000 trees while searching with our partner @Ecosia 🌳🌳🌳#EarthDay2019 https://t.co/LZxjNv873A
— Vivaldi (@vivaldibrowser) April 21, 2019
As always, a big thank you for helping us spread the word about Vivaldi! 😍