The Opera 38 browser is out. Once again, it has a number of unique features out-of-the-box which do not exist in other mainstream browsers. Let's see what benefits it can provide to the end user.
As you might be already knowing, Opera recently got a built-in ad blocking feature. One feature it lacked was the ability to add custom block lists. Starting with Opera 38, which has reached the beta channel as of this writing, such an ability was added to the browser. This version allows the user to use custom lists, like popular add-ons AdBlock and uBlock Origin do.
The Opera browser is getting interesting new features with every release. Opera 37 brought a built-in ad blocker and VPN. Now, another new feature has landed into the development channel of the browser. Opera 39 will get a power saving mode, which is aimed at making your laptop battery last up to 50% longer compared to other browsers.
Some time ago, the beta version of Opera 37 introduced a built-in ad blocker. Today, version 37 has reached the stable branch of the browser. Interestingly, the ad blocking feature was added to the Opera Mini browser as well.
A new development version of the Opera browser is out featuring something truly useful and unique. With Opera 38, the desktop version of the browser has got a major new feature. A free VPN service is bundled with Opera and allows the user to access the web over a VPN connection with one click!
The recently released Opera 36 browser comes with nice user interface improvements. Some of those improvements are designed especially for Windows 10 users. Let's see which benefits it can provide to the end user.
The Opera browser for PCs now comes with a new feature. With version 37, it has a built-in ad blocker which allows you to get rid of ads on any web sites you visit! This can attract many more users to this Norwegian browser.
If you still remember the good old Opera 12 browser, you must be familiar with its Opera Link service, which provided an easy way to sync bookmarks between your devices. Unfortunately, when Opera became
Chropera, Opera Link was discontinued. Now, after several months of development, the Opera team has finally decided to revive this feature back into their new product, the Chromium-based browser, which retains the Opera name. As of this moment, the developer version of the new Opera (which is not recommended for daily use) features complete synchronization of tabs and bookmarks. Also, Opera Beta (which is a bit more stable) has bookmarks synchronization only.
The developer version of Opera comes with a new feature, the Tab Audio indicator. However, if you install Opera 28, it won't be enabled automatically. It is disabled by default, so in this article we will see how to enable and test this brand new option in the Opera browser.
Private browsing mode is a feature of the Opera browser designed to not record the history of your web surfing. When you open a new private window, Opera does not keep cookies, temporary internet files, history, and other data related to your browsing activities. When the Private browsing session window is closed, this data is cleared. Private Browsing mode can be started with Ctrl + Shift + N keys, however, you might want to run Opera directly in private mode with a shortcut. Let's see how it can be done.