Launching only one and a half months after Vivaldi 2.1, which brought support for the AV1 next-generation video codec and a smarter Quick Commands feature, today's Vivaldi 2.2 update introduces even more goodies to make you consider Vivaldi as your default web browser, introducing Picture-in-Picture (PiP), more customizable toolbars, and smarter tab management. Following in the footsteps of the Google Chrome web browser, Vivaldi 2.2 introduces Picture-in-Picture (PiP) support, allowing users to watch HTML5 videos in a floating window while doing something else on their personal computers. Picture-in-Picture can be enabled by right-clicking on a video or with a double right-click on specific video hosting sites like YouTube.
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