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A Lean And Free Windows Music Player 3 years 11 months ago pvilan

Thanks Rob.
You are right, I am missing Winamp!
No doubt, I am testing Foobar 2000 right now.

Peter

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A Lean And Free Windows Music Player 3 years 11 months ago Realist

WinAMP is better by far. I am using an old version on Win 7 without any problem.

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A Lean And Free Windows Music Player 3 years 11 months ago Niefer

1By1 forever - http://mpesch3.de1.cc/1by1.html
Portable, plugin support, playlists, radio, etc. But my favorite feature is the ability to PLAY file DIRECTORIES, no need for playlists.

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A Lean And Free Windows Music Player 3 years 11 months ago RMG1999

Why not just use VLC media player ?

Plays audio and video (and does many other things besides), well supported, compact, can do platlists, etc etc

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A Lean And Free Windows Music Player 3 years 11 months ago Sope

+1 for 1by1

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A Lean And Free Windows Music Player 3 years 11 months ago Remah

Including "the ability to PLAY file DIRECTORIES"

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A Lean And Free Windows Music Player 3 years 11 months ago Fairportfan

VLC. Not bloated. Does all sorts of good stuff.

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A Lean And Free Windows Music Player 3 years 11 months ago Kahomono

Uhh... guys... not for nothing, but:
http://winampenthusiasts.com/whats-happening-with-winamp/

For Windows and Android and maybe more.

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A Lean And Free Windows Music Player 3 years 11 months ago howiem

I've shifted to Light Alloy. It plays just about everything audio and video http://www.light-alloy.ru/ - portable 28MB or with installer 63MB. Irfan View, also free, plays many formats as well.

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A Lean And Free Windows Music Player 3 years 11 months ago zootsocket

I've used Foobar2000 for years and it would take a major earthquake to get me to change. It does need some setting up and it's a bit quirky in the way it does it, but some spectacular results can be achieved. Once set up, it's definitely not high maintenance.
A few points that may be of interest:
1) As is the case with some other software packages, you may need to tell it where your copy of LAME is installed to play or rip mp3s. Ditto other codecs, such as FLAC.
2) It includes a very effective and fast ripper for any format whose codec you have installed.
3) It does play by directory, as well as by album/artist/genre/year, provided the necessary data is present in tags.
4) There is a huge range of plugins and extensions available from Hydrogenaudio. Some, like lyrics display are very simple to install and use; others are more esoteric.
5) There are a number of good android control apps available (notably FoobarCon). Once foobar is running you can control playlists etc. via your phone or tablet.
6) Windows only, sadly. I'd love a native Linux version.
7) Actively developed and supported - I think I first used it on XP and it's still going strong. Latest version 2 Nov 2015.

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A Must-Have Add-In For Any Web Techie 1 year 6 months ago indeema

Thank you very much!!!)
Regards, https://indeema.com/services/webdevelopment .

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A Must-Have App for your Android Device 6 years 4 months ago Angels_thoughts

I think it's fantastic, but ONLY if the store/poster/item has the barcode updated correctly - lol my husband's pack of cigarettes rang up as a pack of men's underwear one time... oops!

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A must-have instant messaging app to everyone for its popularity and ease of use 3 years 4 months ago Av_Crazy

This screenshot is 4-5 years old !! It's from froyo-gingerbread era !!

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A must-have instant messaging app to everyone for its popularity and ease of use 3 years 4 months ago Jojo Yee Good point Av_Crazy, I have now replaced it with a new one :) view
A must-have instant messaging app to everyone for its popularity and ease of use 3 years 4 months ago vandamme

Proprietary, and Facebook. Two strikes.

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A must-have instant messaging app to everyone for its popularity and ease of use 3 years 4 months ago Fairportfan

Instant messaging app?

No thanks.

I disable the stock IM apps on my devices immediately i get them.

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A must-have instant messaging app to everyone for its popularity and ease of use 3 years 4 months ago MiriG

I only use whatsApp because some of my adult children live half way around the world, I refuse to use Messenger which was the one prior to that that they preferred to use- phew!
However from the time I knew FB acquired WA Ive been using it less and less and wanting something totally unconnected with Google, FB et al.
The trouble isnt finding one so much as trying to get family who are quite happy with the convenience and so-called encription of WhatsApp that they show little to no interest in movinng on:/
People just get lazy about actively pursuing 'safer' ( hopefully!), alternatives even though they often complain about the obvious intrusiveness etc of most of the stock IM apps.
I myself admit it becomes tedious sometimes when you finally find something that delivers on the requirements you're looking for but sooner or later gets picked up by the big multi billion $ companies and becomes just another like the rest of your blacklisted ones.
My want of my legal rights to privacy is still more important to me so I soldier on no matter what.
I just wish my family/friends werent mostly the 'bury the head in the sand' types who say that 'it's too late now anyway'. They do have a point however that doesn't take into account other very serious privacy invasion issues that we will be dealing with in the very near future!
I seriously don't see how WhatsApp can be seriously offered on techsupportalert as an alternative IM in this day and age, but that's just my opinion!

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago crombierob

I of course use Google search within FF
But I avoid other Google programs like the plague, as the Google updater has slowed my OLD PC to a crawl on at least two occasions.
It was so bad the first time, that I was sure I had a virus, and I lost a weeks work by restoring from a week old image.
The 2nd time, I investigated and found it was the Google updater. Uninstalling that was not simple.
Since then I never install anything Google.
Perhaps that will not be a problem with Vivaldi , as presumably it only has it's own updater ? ?

The other thing I dislike is Chrome's minimalistic interface (aka 'good luck finding the option you are looking for')
Does Vivaldi have the ability to use menu's (the way God intended) ?

Sorry to look a gift horse in the interface or updater,
Rob

PS I only feel safe browsing with NoScript in FF
Does Vivaldi have an equivalent ?

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago Mike C

Just FYI, I run all browsers in Sandboxie. I've just installed this. So far it's been smooth. Any criticisms and I'll post again

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago MidnightCowboy I've been using this for a while now in Linux MX-16 x64. For me it has a logical layout and truly excellent. MC - Site Manager. view
A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago West Swan

Howdy,

Does it have a traditional menu bar?

I don't mean the 'gear' or anything like that.

I mean the bar that has "edit, view, History, Bookmarks, Tools" etc.

As an old fart I need this.

Cheers,

Paul

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago MidnightCowboy

Yes it does although you can choose to hide this if required. MC - Site Manager.
http://i.imgur.com/BJChS15.png

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago toktok

Thanks!
Another browser which now has free VPN is Opera

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago Rev_Don

crombierob, yes you can enable a menu system. Vivaldi can use any Chrome extensions available from the Chrome Play Store. I see No-Script Suite Lite listed there.

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago Frank D

Thank you for pointing out this browser. It works fine!

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago astral_cyborg

I've been using it since the first stable version. It is fully customizable and so far it works great.
Two problem I've encountered so far:
That when I run a full screen applciation such as a game or a media player, after some time I find out that Vivaldi has closed or crashed without any warning and I still haven't figured out why does that happen.
The second is that some rare times it may stop youtube videos (the video area goes green and it need reloading).
However, these days a newer version has been released (v1.7.735.46) and it contains lots of new features and fixes, so I can't confirm yet if the above problems still exist ro not.

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago anne-ology

Just tried this - seems to be ok, but sure does have a lot of ads which pop up.
And HOW can its 'history' be erased??? CCleaner does not clean it; Chrome has the same problem, but at least it has a findable history tab
Hoping someone will respond anon.

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago Bobmark

Article doesn't give me a single reason to investigate Vivaldi other than choice of color scheme. What makes it better than Chrome other than possible performance?

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago Rev_Don

Ctrl + H takes you to History. There is a clear data option there.

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago Papakid

Also you can click on the new tab for history, bookmarks and speed dial management. Is that anon enough for you? :-)

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago carbotec

I use EPIC Browser with its built in VPN which can be turned on or off. I have been using this browser for some time and when using the VPN it does not slow down my internet connection. It also blocks trackers and wipes surfing data on exit. Based on chrome has very similar settings. Ideal second browser for private surfing.

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago Papakid

I've been using this browser for a while now, bit more than a year. I never have used Chrome on my desktop--don't like how Google handles people. Otherwise, I like to have alternatives to Firefox and IE, which for a time meant Opera, but I became disillusioned with them. When they switched to the same engine as Chrome I tried the upgrade, but none of my large collection of bookmarks would transfer. I switched back to the old version with the original Opera engine where my bookmarks were still present and used that for a while, because some were saying they lost their bookmarks altogether using the new Opera. And when they complained about it in the forums, they were told if they don't like Opera to not use it, what do you expect from a free browser. Then I heard that some of the Opera people had split off and designed Vivaldi. I was hoping it had the old Opera engine, but at least they stayed true to Opera's original mission, which was to design the browser with the power user in mind, and they won't tell you to take a hike if you don't like when they refuse to fix a known issue.

So if you were ever a fan of Opera, you should like Vivaldi. Take a look at their "Our Story" page for more info on the Opera connection.

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago Rev_Don

1) More customizable,
2) better performance than Chrome,
3) doesn't suffer from tab bloat like Chrome,
4) ability to have a minimal gui like chrome or a more old school type menu gui,
5) Better support from developers (like Opera had before they switched to the Chromium engine)
6) Better community support forums

Those should get you started. It isn't perfect and might not suit everyone, but I feel it is worth a try.

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago SimpleMikey

I just checked the EPIC browser website, and see that it DOES NOT include a built-in VPN. What it DOES include is an encrypted proxy. This seems like a good idea for private browsing, but you will have to provide your own VPN if you want that additional level of privacy. The EPIC website mentions what they consider to be security failings of VPNs. If that is true, then EPIC with a VPN might be a very good idea.

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago emgil3

Downloaded installer file and get a trojan warning when I run it:
Detected and intercepted Trojan attacks.

File: C:\USERS\...\APPDATA\LOCAL\VIVALDI\APPLICATION\VIVALDI.EXE

Name: HEUR/QVM10.1.0000.Malware.Gen

Am using Total Security 360.

Any idea?

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago Rev_Don

Most likely a false positive. Did you download it from the link provided in this article? If so I just downloaded it a few minutes ago and checked it with Virus total, Avast, and Malwarebytes and found no problems at all.

To be quite honest, Total Security 360 is not a good A/V malware program (most experts consider it junk). All of the Qiho (or however it's spelled) apps are suspect at best and harmful to your computer at worst. My recommendation is to dump that, get a REAL A/V program that works better and is more reliable, and continue to try Vivaldi. Check with BleepingComputer.com for recommendations for your A/V Malware protection software.

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago MidnightCowboy

As Rev_Don says, this AV is not one I would choose either. It's riddled with false positives which are heuristically generated leading many users who don't understand what this means to ignore the results which is fine until genuine malware arrives. Better options are Avira, AVG and Avast. 57 different AV scanners tested it here and found nothing and Qihoo 360 is one of them. :) MC - Site Manager.
https://www.virustotal.com/sv/file/6c9717eae5b808145b7e7e58c92a119e2c1f6...

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago emgil3

Thank you all. Will likely go back to Avira or AVG. I liked earlier versions of Vivaldi and want to try it again.

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago tedwest

Tried Vivaldi last night and was impressed while setting it up, most importantly because it allowed tabs on the bottom. But then... I decided I wanted a decent speed dial, so I looked for one to rival the one I use in FIrefox, and it doesn't exist, though I did find a couple that seemed moderately useful. HOWEVER, you don't appear to be able to get rid of the one that's built into the browser, and it seems both simplistic and incredibly annoying. Looking online, some people said they're "working on" being able to change it. WHAT?

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago kronicmage

Just wanted to let you know that I had the same problem at first, and that I had found a workaround:

Since you're probably using a chrome extension for your speed dial dashboard, and these chrome extensions change the newtab for *chrome*, just set the new tab page in settings to chrome://newtab (by default it is vivaldi://newtab). Works great for letting me use Momentum (new tab replacement extension) in Vivaldi.

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago crombierob

Thanks MC (and Rev_Don),
You have made two old men very happy

Rob
PS I will check out No-Script Suite Lite
PPS XP USERS MAY HAVE TO INSTALL ver 1.0

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago crombierob

I detest smarmy, simplistic, Chrome
I like Vivaldi -
- Has Menus
- Lots of options
- A smart human chose the default settings. Perhaps they employ Analysts(which is very rare) to make decisions, instead of programmers.

Thanks for bringing it to our attention,
Rob
PS Google pays scant attention to Windows conventions with it's installers
Here is where Vivaldi (ver 1.0) installed it's EXE in my Windows XP 32bit -
C:\Documents and Settings\Rob\Local Settings\Application Data\Vivaldi\Application\vivaldi.exe

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago tedwest

I want to thank you for the tip. I was looking in "Startup," and your solution is in "Tabs." So now those people who claim that Vivaldi is working on the fix are all wet, and I almost gave up. Thanks again, all the best.

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago jonny5tails

uMatrix is similar to NoScript, but has a steeper learning curve.
When I upgraded to Vivaldi 1.7 uMatrix lost some functionality, so I went back to the earlier version until they fix it.
I went from Chrome to Vivaldi when it first came out, & it is my browser of choice as it has many more options than Chrome.
I also use Firefox occasionally, & wouldn't run it without NoScript.

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago jonny5tails

'have a lot of ads which pop up'?
If you have the proper extensions, you should have no ads or popups.
Depending on how you set up Vivaldi, your settings, history, bookmarks etal, are available from the panel on the left.
You'll see a bar with an arrow along the left edge & a small rectangle in the lower left corner.
left click any of these & the panel will open.
Look for the gear icon in the lower left corner & it will open the settings in a new tab or window (depending on how you set it up).

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago crombierob

Thanks for the heads up, I will check it out (I'm in ver 1 because I use XP)
I am amazed that many people browse the web without something as protective as FF + NoScript
(For those that give it a try, and get annoyed with multiple clicks to allow scripts to run, there is a setting 'Cascade' that makes it a single click)

I have been running without any antivirus for a couple of months now (Avast was slowing things down)
The combination of FF+Noscript plus some care in my emails has kept me safe so far.
I use that XP pc 95% of the day
For really dangerous surfing I use my W10 Pro PC, with Avast enabled, and of course FF+NoScript

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago Rev_Don

I'm not having much of a problem with ads with UBlock Origins, just pop-ups which are terrible. Since Vivaldi doesn't have a native pop-up blocker which one do you recommend? It's what is preventing me from making it my primary browser.

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago jonny5tails

'Vivaldi doesn't have a native pop-up blocker'
Go to "vivaldi://settings/content" -similar to Chrome.
Scroll down & you'll see the pop-up blocker.
As far as extensions, I use: UBlock Origin, Disable HTML5 Autoplay, HTTPS Everywhere, LastPass, Flashcontrol, uMatrix & Privacy Badger.
uMatrix is similar to NoScript, but has finer controls with a steeper learning curve.
The latest Vivaldi update (1.7) broke the uMatrix interface & I haven't been able to find a workaround.
It might be something I'm missing in the update.
I rolled back to my earlier version.
Hope this helps :)

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago Rev_Don

Sorry, but there isn't anything even close to a pop-up blocker anywhere in settings on mine. Latest version on Windows.

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago jack_e_alexander

I wouldn't use that program either (the anti-virus). May I suggest, from a very reliable site: http://www.majorgeeks.com/files/details/panda_cloud_antivirus.html

This one doesn't get in your way and there is a way to turn off the ads (popups).

I've been using them for several years now. But keep using VirusTotal for anything you download otherwise.

Good luck.

regards...jack

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago jonny5tails

Google Updater.
Runs as a service, that's why you see it running all the time.
I use Process Hacker instead of Windows Task Manager, it has much more functionality.
You can stop the service & set Google Updater to manual.
Then update Chrome from the browser itself.
The closest thing to an antivirus I have is Spybot Search & Destroy & Winpatrol Pro.
I use Spyshelter Firewall (paid) & VoodooShield (free,for now).
These two programs will let you know something is trying to run (even if you are updating an installed program).
You can allow, block, quarantine or delete.
Vivaldi does have the option for a regular menu bar.
"vivaldi://settings/appearance/" -choice of Horizontal Menu or Vivaldi Button.
Hope this helps :)

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago jonny5tails

vivaldi://settings/content -NOT the settings in the side pane.
did you try going to this address (copy & paste in a new tab or highlight, right click & ' Go to vivaldi://settings/content'?
As I said earlier, I rolled back to version 1.6.689.34 & it works for me there.
I didn't have 1.7 installed long enough to try it.

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago Rev_Don

Nope, not there in the latest version, 1.6.689.40, or 1.6.689.34 (I haven't updated all of my computers yet). Tried vivaldi://settings/content in the address bar and it just takes me to the middle of the settings menu with no Content heading or tab.

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago Phylis Sophical

Does Vivaldi have and extension like CoolPreview? Or some sort of ability to preview links?

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago davy

Installed Vivaldi and set up was fine,looked good until I clicked on my bookmarks and nothing happened no matter what one I clicked on.Pity as it looks good.

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago jonny5tails

Try this:
http://imgur.com/FBUGJMw
You should see this:
http://imgur.com/3uV3Vfk
I opened an account at Imgur to post these & if you can't see them I did something wrong.

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago i8spombots

I realise this may sound a bit lazy but very busy on the weekend with PC work & cannot afford a glitch if Vivaldi doesn't "play fair" on my PC.

So, can anyone advise if Vivaldi cures my number one peeve with a Chrome based browser, that you have to wait forever for it to open if you retain a stack of tabs's (15 odd) from the previous session? Firefox only opens held tab's when you (re)access that tab but chrome insists on accessing all tab's on the open which kills it for minutes for me. Could never find a fix just lots with the same problem.
Thanks in advance

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago davy

Update,got the bookmarks working,it seems you need to double click on bookmarks to open them unless you tick a certain box.

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago Rev_Don

It's not as slow as Chrome is, but there is some lag with a lot of tabs. It would also depend on what page is in the tab. I have about 9 that open and it doesn't make more than few seconds difference, but none of the tabs are video heavy (one of the things that tend to slow it down the most). I also have an ad blocker which helps a lot. The only way to know for sure is to try it with your specific set of tabs as there are just too many variables.

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago Rev_Don

Tried that and there is nothing about a pop-up blocker there. I did find out how to get to it though. You need to go to chrome://settings/content, not vivaldi://settings/content. But from all indications from the Vivaldi Forums it doesn't work worth a darn. Since it shows as already enabled on all of my systems and I get constant pop-ups I'm inclined to agree with their assessment. I;ll continue to use Vivaldi for some sites where pop-ups aren;t an issue, but I'm sticking with Firefox for my main browser primarily for it's vastly superior pop-up blocker.

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago Rev_Don

There is ezLinkPreview http://www.simpledifference.com/ezanker/ezanker.aspx

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago budchekov

You know what this browser has which sets it apart from all I've used ?
TAB STACKING/Grouping ! Something that if Mozilla were smart they'd incorporate in Firefox.
Another + is that from day one the devs have communicated with and responded to users suggestions at their Forum/Blog....nice 'community' there.

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago Phylis Sophical

Thanks Rev. I've now installed Vivaldi and the ezLinkPreview extension. Exactly what I needed. Wake up Firefox!
Besides hovering over link, It puts a button (top right). When clicked, it splits the window into two panels. On the left is the website, the Right side panel shows the contents of the links you hover over in the Left panel.
Awesome! I'm sold.

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago i8spombots

Thanks rev_Don for an informative reply.

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago i8spombots

FWIW

Was using a Chrome clone previously (SRWare Iron) so cannot compare it to Chrome directly, only to SRWare Iron.

That said, way faster to open (though it appears to do a lot of its work in the background as it is slow to actually appear though Task Manager shows it as running, still, as I said, "way faster" overall).

Memory management infinitely better, Iron had a memory leak, this doesn't....or if it does is very slow. With Iron I needed to reboot every 5 days to reclaim full memory - I'd get a windows has run out of memory warning.

Cons - need to learn/do a new settup & configure routine.

On initial use, though I asked for settings to be preserved on restart, my opened tabs were all gone in close and reopen of Vivaldi (used CTL H to access history and open them again as needed). So maybe install a Session Manager type extension when setting Vivaldi up if you're a tab freak. After that initial reboot it has rebooted flawlessly.

In short, thanks for the headsup on this one. It appears to be a keeper.

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago CASD

They do...Add-on "Tab groups"

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago budchekov

Which the author has given up on..

http://fasezero.com/lastnotice.html

Won't be the last come Fx 57,

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago CASD

Anyone know how to keep one theme/color instead of changing colors for each web site.....Sometimes Vivaldi is too pretty and distracting :)

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago budchekov

Tools/ Settings/Themes + - buttons..you can create a new theme, color it any way you want and save it.
Not as fully skinned as a Firefox 'Full Theme' but a pretty neat fun feature.

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago CASD

THanks... But it still changes color for each web site..I want it to stay the same 24/7

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A New Browser To Rival The Best Of Them 2 years 8 months ago budchekov

Hmm, WFM, all sites display the same with a nice dark skin, maybe ask at the Vivaldi Forum, https://forum.vivaldi.net/
You should get an answer from the helpful folks there.

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A New Free Windows Anti-Malware Suite 4 years 6 months ago David Roper

At 100MB LARGER than the "Fatso" AVG, I will let others use it. Excellent Article, Vic.

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A New Free Windows Anti-Malware Suite 4 years 6 months ago jonshim

My current malware programs says the site is dangerous. Either it is true or they are jealous

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A New Free Windows Anti-Malware Suite 4 years 6 months ago v.laurie VirusTotal and WOT both give the site a clean grade. view
A New Free Windows Anti-Malware Suite 4 years 6 months ago SwanKnight (not verified)

I tried to download it but I got a warning as well: http://i.imgur.com/nnBwb4z.png

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A New Free Windows Anti-Malware Suite 4 years 6 months ago MidnightCowboy Browsing aids often give false positives. Instead, it is better to check sites with a range of specialist tools. MC - Site Manager. https://www.virustotal.com/en/url/a910da80c256124abc573c952dccfc77b61c03... http://www.urlvoid.com/scan/pcmgr-global.com/ http://zulu.zscaler.com/submission/show/b5eadcfc5965b7dda117b5a184f45436... view
A New Free Windows Anti-Malware Suite 4 years 6 months ago SwanKnight (not verified)

Yeah, I thought so but I figured I'd report it here and confirm rather than ignore it.

I'll give a try later on my VM, thanks.

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A New Free Windows Anti-Malware Suite 4 years 6 months ago papavonschoen

Thank you sir! These appear to be very useful sites.

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A New Free Windows Anti-Malware Suite 4 years 6 months ago MidnightCowboy Just to remind potential posters here that this article is about "A New Free Windows Anti-Malware Suite", and any comments not related to exactly that will be deleted, as will anything remotely racist. :) MC - Site Manager. view
A New Free Windows Anti-Malware Suite 4 years 6 months ago maynak00

anyone compare with Qihoo 360 Total Security ?
http://www.360totalsecurity.com/en/features/360-total-security/
which is better?

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A New Free Windows Anti-Malware Suite 4 years 6 months ago BAITMAN

FIREFOX SAID TO GET THE HELL OUT OF THERE FAST ...
I THOUGHT GIZMO CHECKED THIS STUFF THOROUGHLY BEFORE SUGGESTING THEM TO US???
VERY DISAPPOINTED!!! :-(

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A New Free Windows Anti-Malware Suite 4 years 6 months ago maynak00

WOT result: https://www.mywot.com/en/scorecard/pcmgr-global.com

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A New Free Windows Anti-Malware Suite 4 years 6 months ago SwanKnight (not verified)

I'm curious about this as well. I've had a lot of false positives with 360TS as of late, it's been getting annoying.

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A New Free Windows Anti-Malware Suite 4 years 6 months ago LuckyBoy

Regarding FireFox warning to stay away from the 10Cent site, one should know I also get this warning when I access:
My Credit Union
My Bank Login
The United States Post Office (USPS.GOV) and other sites. But whenI tried "known" PUPs site, Firefox did not warn nor complain.

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A New Free Windows Anti-Malware Suite 4 years 6 months ago MidnightCowboy Try reading the other comments first, in particular #121677, before commenting yourself. :) MC - Site Manager. view
A New Free Windows Anti-Malware Suite 4 years 5 months ago MrBrian

Tencent stripped of antivirus rankings for cheating on tests

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A New Release Of My Favourite FTP-Enabled Editor 5 years 1 month ago zdub

RJ TextEd has integrated FTP as well. I moved to this editor years ago when it surpassed PSPad in terms of features (tho' I don't know how it compares today.) Powerful, customizable, frequent updates for bug fixes (few, if any, these days) & enhancements, no bundling of unwanted junk.

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A New Release Of My Favourite FTP-Enabled Editor 5 years 1 month ago atomMan

PSPad has a major shortcoming in that it does not have a true column edit mode - this is a limitation of the edit control that is used

although i like PSPad for it simplicity and UI layout, it has not been the most stable editor in my experience, nor has RJ TextEd

for me, i'll stick with Notepad++ which uses the very capable and stable Scintilla edit control

also, most any capable code editor has an FTP client, whether it be native or through an extension

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A New Release Of My Favourite FTP-Enabled Editor 5 years 1 month ago ExFiler

During the install using the RAR file, this app tried to install Conduit.

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A New Release Of My Favourite FTP-Enabled Editor 5 years 1 month ago MidnightCowboy We indicate the bundled installer plainly in the article text. MC - Site Manager. view
A New Release Of My Favourite FTP-Enabled Editor 5 years 1 month ago rob.schifreen Unfortunately, RJ TextEd triggers the VirusTotal scanners so I am not able to recommend it. view
A New Release Of My Favourite FTP-Enabled Editor 5 years 1 month ago zdub

Sorry, my other comment was not added as a reply. But please let me know what you scanned that flagged RJ as problematic & I'll notify the author.

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A New Way to Read and Take Notes on the iPad 4 years 3 weeks ago BruceLeeRoy

Besides not being available for Android or Windows tablets, the inability to take handwritten notes goes against all the research that indicates that learning is better enabled than with typing notes. But, cool none the less. Thanks.

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