Other Features

Installing Linux snapshots on non-DEB/RPM distributions

If no snapshot package is provided for your Linux distribution, you can use the Linux snapshot installer script. The install script is signed with the same key used by for Vivaldi Linux packages, should you need to verify that your local copy is an official version. Open a Terminal in the directory where you saved […]

Reporting crashes on Windows

Following a crash, a crash log (“.dmp” file) is created. Currently these are only created on Windows. Crash logs are not sent back to us automatically. You can however create a bug report and forward us a copy of the crash log manually, should you wish to assist us in fixing the issues. Such logs […]

Raspberry Pi -Tips for running Vivaldi

The latest stable Vivaldi for ARM (32bit with hardware floating point) can found here: Below are some tips to make the most of it. Increasing the size of the swap file For smooth running of Vivaldi on Raspberry Pi, we recommend to increase swap space. Open the configuration file in a “Terminal” (command line) using […]

Sync (FAQ)

Note: Sync is currently only available in the Snapshot version of Vivaldi. Find out more about the difference between Snapshot and Stable on the Vivaldi Blog. What information can I sync? Currently, Vivaldi supports synchronizing of the following items: Bookmarks and Speed Dials; Settings (only some of them for now. Work is in progress to […]

Standalone version of Vivaldi

In this article we will tell you about the Vivaldi standalone version and how to install it on Windows update it and uninstall it. Standalone version of Vivaldi A standalone version can be used for testing a specific setup or version, without touching the system wide settings (profile). It can also be used to create a […]

Image Properties

The built-in Image Properties feature lets you find all the information you need about an image right in the browser. View Image Properties Available information Copy data to clipboard View Image Properties Right-clicking an image on a webpage. Select Image Properties from the drop-down menu. Image Properties view will open in a new tab. Available […]

Reader View

Vivaldi’s Reader View lets you cut through the noise as you browse. No ads, no pop-ups, just pure content. Accessing Reader View Settings Go to Settings / Preferences > Webpages. Check Display Settings on Page in Reader Mode. The Reader View icon appears in the Address Bar for every webpage that supports this feature. Click […]

Developer Tools

The built-in Developer Tools are particularly helpful when building and debugging web pages. How to access Developer Tools: Open a web page or a web app and select Tools > Developer Tools from the menu. Open a web page or a web app and right-click on any page element and select Inspect Element from the context […]


The History tool in Vivaldi is somewhat different than in a typical browser – instead, Vivaldi’s History is a detailed overview backed by statistics and presented in a fresh, visual way. It was built to give users a powerful and useful tool to explore their browsing patterns and to make finding previously visited sites easier than […]

Capture a Screenshot

Vivaldi’s built-in Capture tool lets you capture either a Full Page screenshot, or a Selection of the screen that you define. It can be accessed in a number of ways through the Vivaldi UI to give you flexibility in how you implement the tool. Types of Capture Output of Capture How to access the Capture […]