The latest Apple operating system – macOS High Sierra – is going to be available on Monday, September 25th. We want our users to be prepared, that’s why today’s update brings multiple changes and fixes to ensure Opera will run smoothly after you decide to upgrade your system.

You can check out all the changes here.

Installation link

Maciej Kocemba

Product Manager, Opera for computers. Previously Product Manager in R&D department and Opera Mini for iOS. Joined Opera over 11 years ago. Still passionate about coding, mountain / road biking when not working.

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  • nanana1

    Great compatibility release for Mac users !

    • Robert Tomaszewski

      You are welcome 🙂

  • redfox

    I’d like Opera 48 stable.

    • Robert Tomaszewski

      Hi redfox,

      Stay tunned, please. O48 is coming soon 🙂

  • xirit64

    /semi-trolling: Are there any Mac users in this blog to begin with lol? 😛

  • Ryno

    /semi-trolling: Are there any Mac users in this blog to begin with lol? 😛

    • Marko Koivuniemi

      Poor trolling. Macbook and Mac mini user here.

      • xirit64

        Hey we got… one xD

        But seriously, it would be interesting to see how much % of the overall Opera users are on Macs.

        • Arjan van Leeuwen

          It depends a lot on which region you’re looking at, because Macs are much more popular in the US than, for example, Russia, while both are important markets for Opera.

          With that in mind: currently around 15% of Opera users in the US are on Mac.

  • Alain Peters

    “Opera 47.0.2631.83” The “show/hide developer menu” in the view menu doesn’t open/close the developer window anymore. Anyone with the same problem?

    • Tina

      Hi. Is it on Mac?

      • Alain Peters

        Yes! Macbook Air and Mac Mini…

  • oic

    vpn haven’t been working for a while now

  • Johan Sneddon

    I am a mac user and have been using opera on my mac. But, after I upgraded to macOS High Sierra, the browser no longer can save passwords, remember data. It’s like I am opening “New Private Window” every time. My settings are also as it was before, when it was not a problem. I would like to keep using Opera. But, there are some other issues too: when I do cmd+N or cmd+shift+N, it does struggle to open new browser window etc.

  • Harshan

    The installer puts an icon on my Dock. And that’s where it ends. There’s no corresponding application in the applications folder.