Sandy Bridge Posted April 18, 2022 Share Posted April 18, 2022 One of the essential pieces of a modern Internet suite, what's your favorite RSS/Atom feed reader? I'm half-migrated between Opera Presto's integrated reader, and Vivaldi's new integrated reader. They have similar three-column interfaces and features. Vivaldi's probably the better one at this point due to more HTML/CSS capabilities when rendering, but I haven't fully migrated. They both allow various labeling options; Vivaldi has nice e-mail forwarding of RSS info that I haven't really used yet. In both cases, I like that they're integrated with the browser. Opera does a better job of letting me know that there are updates via toast notifications; I sometimes forget about my feeds if I don't use Opera for a while. But I haven't really explored the market much, especially the standalone market. I joined the RSS bandwagon late, and the general impression I got was that Google Reader was the best and everyone sort of stopped talking about RSS after it disappeared. So I just used what was built into my browser that seemed good enough. What have I been missing out on? Desktop: Core i5 2500k "Sandy Bridge" | RX 480 | 32 GB DDR3 | 850 Evo + HDDs | Seasonic 650W | Noctua Fans | 8.1 Pro Laptop: MSI Alpha 15 | Ryzen 5800H | Radeon 6600M | 16 GB DDR4 | 512 GB SSD | 10 Home Laptop history: MSI GL63 (2018) | HP EliteBook 8740w (acq. 2014) | Dell Inspiron 1520 (2007) Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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