Web3, crypto, NFTs, and other buzzwords are insanely popular right now, which means companies want to ride the hype train and get as much profit as they can by implementing questionable capabilities in their products. Opera, for example, recently introduced Opera Crypto Browser Project (because why not), and now the company has announced a partnership with Yat (a service that sells emoji-based domain names) to let people use emojis as website addresses. Because all cool kids use emojis, right?
Opera developers announced a new feature for protecting sensitive data when you surf the Internet. “Paste protection” will guard your sensitive data in the clipboard and prevent malware or malicious website from hijacking and modifying the text you have copied.
This year, Microsoft introduced a new set of rules for the Microsoft Store. In yet another effort to make the Microsoft Store a single trusted source of apps on Windows 10 and 11, Microsoft allowed publishing third-party browsers, stores, and unpackaged apps. Besides, developers are now free to use their own content delivery networks and payment systems without giving Microsoft a cut (the new fee policies do not apply to games).
You can now enable Reader Mode in Opera. The Opera browser may not be as popular as ten years ago, but developers continue investing their time and efforts into the project. Opera 80 (based on Chromium 94), which is due to release in the stable channel soon, finally brings native Reader Mode to improve the reading experience on various websites.
Opera 74, based on Chromium 88, is now available on the Stable branch for all users. This update brings a new Snoozing Tab feature and other minor improvements. Let's see what is new in this release.
The team behind the popular Opera browser has made available a new version of the app. Opera 70 comes with easier access to closed tabs, simpler searches, and new Workspace icons.
A new major release of the popular Opera browser includes the ability to use Twitter from the sidebar. It is a new addition to Whatsapp, Facebook, and other messengers and social services Opera has integration with.
Opera users are aware of the social features of the browser, which allow you to chat with friends right from the sidebar. Starting in today's update, Opera supports Instagram. Here's what else has changed.
A new feature has landed in the developer version of Opera 69. Being based on Chromium 83, the browser introduces the weather forecast on the Start page.
How to Enable DNS over HTTPS (DoH) in Microsoft Edge Chromium
Microsoft Edge is now a Chromium-based browser with a number of exclusive features like Read Aloud and services tied to Microsoft instead of Google. From today's post, we will learn how to enable the DNS over HTTPS (Doh) feature in Microsoft Edge Chromium.