Microsoft Edge, Opera, and Vivaldi have a “browser fight” on Twitter

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It’s not often that companies get into scrapes on social media, but a few browsers recently exchanged a few playful quips on Twitter. In response to a tweet from Microsoft Edge bragging about Edge’s tab-pinning capabilities, both the Opera browser and the Vivaldi browser responded with tweets of their own. While the “conflict” began and ended there, it’s still always fun to see browsers brush shoulders on Twitter this way.

The “browser fight” was mainly about who came up with tab-pinning first – or, at least, who does it better. What do you think? Did Vivaldi break ground with tab-pinning, or was it Opera? Do you think that Microsoft Edge mastered the feature in the Anniversary Update? We’d love to hear what you think.