Opera Desktop

Hi, Today, we’ve prepared an update on the beta stream due to important fixes for the out of memory bug, which Maciek mentioned on Friday’s blog post. Also, Windows users will find that the non-playable video issue is solved. This should not cause any more troubles for YouTube lovers. Chromium has been updated to version 58.0.3029.41....

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It’s unusual to have a new developer version on Friday, thus we also have an unusual non-default screenshot to start with – all in dark. Important things first This initial build of Opera 46 comes with important fixes for the out of memory bug when using VPN and one nasty crash that might appear during...

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Today, project “Reborn”, Opera’s redesign process reaches the beta stage. It’s full of user interface improvements, but it also brings you quite a few new features. Read on and enjoy one of the longest list of changes in the Opera’s beta channel history! What is Reborn? It’s more than just a UI refresh. Reborn is...

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Hi, Today, we’re updating the stable stream. We fixed the problem with crashes on startup, which some users got with the previous build. Also, chromium was updated to version 57.0.2987.133 The changelog contains full list of changes. Installation links: Opera Stable for Windows Opera Stable for macOS Opera Stable for Linux – deb packages Opera Stable for...

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Unusual for a Thursday and unusual for the second time one week – we’ve got a developer update for you! Recently, we started to get significantly more crashes on x86 builds. We are still trying to figure out cause for this sudden boost of crashes. That’s why the Windows 32-bit builds will, for now, come without PGO...

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This week starts with a fresh update to Opera 45 in our developer channel. It brings you further Reborn aesthetic improvements, an ad block redesign, and important bug fixes. Reborn with completely new icons Our work on the Reborn project steadily continues. Recently, we added a menu button which allows you to quickly log out...

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Today, Opera becomes the first major browser after Apple’s Safari to introduce support for the Touch Bar in a final version. How you can browse with Touch Bar Opera’s implementation of Touch Bar enables contextual actions such as going back, focusing the address field, and navigating through Speed Dials. The most interesting feature for most...

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