All posts by Maciej Kocemba

Product Manager, Opera for computers. Previously Product Manager in R&D department and Opera Mini for iOS. Joined Opera over 10 years ago. Still passionate about coding, mountain / road biking when not working.

Hi, 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...

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Welcome, Today’s developer build offers custom extension placement in the toolbar, allowing you the freedom to arrange your extensions. As with tabs, if you are one to have an abundance of extensions in Opera, this will be a handy way of organising your browser’s tools. Previously, extensions were ordered in accordance to their installation date....

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Welcome, Today’s build introduces “Easy Setup”, which supersedes the previous “Customize Start Page”. It is not only a refreshed and redesigned view, but it also provides access to a handy, all-in-one setup panel for new or seasoned users to configure Opera’s features. There are also switches that help customize the way Opera looks including themes,...

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Welcome, We’re starting the brand new Opera 49 line. Today’s build is light on features but includes a pretty long list of changes, improvements and stability fixes. It is also the first build that comes with Chromium 62. Here’s the leadoff on changes, fixes and highlights for Opera 49: Link selection doesn’t work in all...

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Welcome, Opera 48 inches closer to its next stage of life as a browser: beta. Until then, we have some nifty improvements to share with you. Snapshot improvements Our new snapshot tool, adapted from Opera Neon, received some upgrades. Today’s build places a snapshot option item in the Opera menu and fixes a known issue...

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