Vivaldi 1.4 switches to programmed themes

Vivaldi is back with a new version of its browser, 1.4. It brings many improvements to the software and a notable novelty: programmed themes. Thanks to them, users will be able to change the software interface according to the time of day. Original, isn't it?

Vivaldi started talking to him last year and the first beta is arriving on the market in November 2015. It was not until April 2016 to get their hands on the final version of the program.

Vivaldi 1 4 Switches To Programmed Themes

Vivaldi 1.4 is out!

The publisher has obviously not rested on its laurels since and it has thus chained the updates at a steady pace.

Vivaldi switches to version 1.4

Vivaldi 1.4 is available for its part since this morning and if it brings many fixes to improve the stability and responsiveness of the browser, it also offers in parallel a very interesting novelty: programmable themes.

Thanks to this feature, the user will therefore be able to associate several themes with his browser and then ask him to activate them at specific times.

These programmable themes are quite fun, but they can also be very useful for people with sensitive eyes since they can program a dark theme to activate in the morning to avoid being blinded when they are. will stick to their computer.

In addition, the developers have also focused on web modules that can be integrated into the side panel. If they don't mean much to you, then be aware that Vivaldi allows you to place widgets in a column to keep them in sight. Like a currency converter, for example, or even a calculator or RSS feed.

Until now, the browser imposed a fixed width for all these elements, but this will no longer be the case and the user can thus customize the width of each module. Also among the new features brought by this version, we can also mention the integration of a function to cancel the closing of a tab.

If the adventure tempts you and if you want to test this browser, just go to this page .

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