Install Vivaldi web browser on elementary OS, Ubuntu, Linux Mint

Vivaldi web browser has matured into a stable build and the company has released V1.0 to public. For those new to Vivaldi, let me quickly brief about it. Vivaldi comes from Vivaldi Technologies, a company founded by the co-founder of the Opera software and is a result of a extensive development and it started gaining popularity since the launch of its the beta to public in end of 2015. Since then it has been downloaded over 2 million times and now the day of first stable version release has come.


Vivaldi is available for Linux in 32-bit and 64-bit Debian packaging as well as RPM packaging. So it should be a straight forward and simplest process to install it on Ubuntu and elementary OS.

Download Vivaldi Web browser

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After downloading the version for your Ubuntu/elementary OS/Linux Mint, launch the DEB package.

Install Vivaldi Web Browser
Install Vivaldi Web Browser

It should open through software center. All you have to do now is click on ‘Install’ and you should be done. Lookup in the Applications list and you should see Vivaldi. Stay tuned for more on this brand new browser targeted for power internet users and for those who want to customize the browser in all ways possible, instead of using what other has built for you. Did you like it? Do let us know in the comments below.

Vivaldi Web Browser
Vivaldi Web Browser

Kiran Kumar
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