As you may already know, the Opera browser is getting a new, graphical design that is less platform-specific. This means Opera will look identical on Windows, Linux and macOS. It features a smaller tab row which looks lighter than the current one in the stable branch.
Recent developer builds, which represent the upcoming Opera 45, feature a lot of interesting changes.
Version 44 of the Opera web browser has got a revised user interface with plenty of changes. A new build from the development branch demonstrates the new appearance of the browser. Let's see what has changed.
Opera 43 comes with a number of features to boost site loading using the Page Prediction technique that Google Chrome also has. However, in order to save your bandwidth and improve your privacy, you may want to disable this feature. Here is how it can be done.
The team behind the Opera browser today released a new stable version of their product. Opera 43 is now available for download and brings long awaited improvements and new features to the stable channel.
Recently, Opera announced their experimental next generation browser for the Desktop called Neon. While it has the same rendering engine "Blink" as their mainstream browser Opera, the user interface has been steamlined. Here is how you can download the full offline installer for the Opera Neon browser.
Today, Opera released a new concept browser called "Neon". Opera developers claim it as "the future of desktop browsers". It is built on top of the Opera browsing engine and borrows its core features.
The first developer release in 2017 of the Opera browser comes with a number of interesting features, including Touch bar UI support on macOS and security and performance improvements in the Windows version. Let's see what this innovative browser has added.
The team behind the Opera browser today released a new version of their app. Opera 43 Beta reached the beta channel and brings some interesting features. Now it starts faster, comes with instant page loading and finally has my favorite ability to select text in the link without a hyperlink.
As you may already know, the team behind Opera released a new version of their browser, Opera 42. One of its new features is a built-in currency converter popup. Some users find it useful, but others find it very annoying. If you don't like the currency converter feature, here is how to disable it.
Today, a new version of the Opera browser hit the stable branch. Opera 42 comes with a number of interesting features like a built-in currency converter, faster startup and an improved RSS reader. Let's see these features in detail.