Ever since we published our first article on Vivaldi browser on last Friday, a number of readers have shown interest in the new web browser. The new web browser is definitely going to be a popular one among geeks in a few months from now.
After going through our short Vivaldi browser review article, one of our readers asked us if there is a portable or standalone version of Vivaldi browser available to download from the official page. It seems that many users are interested to download the portable version of the browser but not sure from where to download the portable version of Vivaldi browser.
To all curious users who want to try out Vivaldi browser without installing the same, here is how to get the standalone version of the browser.
Although you can’t download portable version of Vivaldi from the official page of Vivaldi, the fact is that the installer that you download from Vivaldi webpage allows you create portable version of the browser. You just need to launch the Advanced setup during the installation.
Standalone or portable Vivaldi browser
Complete the given below instructions to create portable or standalone version of Vivaldi browser.
NOTE 1 : Although the below mentioned method is the easiest way to generate standalone version of Vivaldi browser, you can also create portable version of any software by following our how to create portable version of any software guide.
NOTE 2: The size of the portable or standalone Vivaldi browser created by the below mentioned method might touch 200 MB!
Step 1: Download the latest version of Vivaldi browser setup file by visiting this page.
Step 2: Run the downloaded installer file to see the following screen:
Step 3: Here, click on the Advanced button to see this screen:
Step 4: Finally, select the Installation type as Install standalone. If you want to save the portable version of Vivaldi on a different location, click the Browse button next to Destination folder and select your USB drive, desktop or any other location on your PC.
Click Accept and Install button.
Step 5: The installer might take up to a few minutes to generate the portable or standalone version of the browser. The standalone Vivaldi will be saved under a folder called Applications.