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Hi, Today, we have a Stable Opera update with fixes for: The pinned shortcut not being removed when uninstalling WoW64 and having unused pins on Win7. Broken animations when opening popups on Mac. Take a look at the full changelog here. Installation links: Opera Stable for Windows Opera Stable for macOS Opera Stable for Linux – deb...

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Hi, Here is the update of Opera O43 beta. It contains stabilization fixes, crash fixes on Mac and Linux, improvements for installing. We have also fixed Chinese font issue on Linux. Chromium was updated to version 56.0.2924.59 Full changelog contains the details. Installation links: Opera beta for Windows Opera beta for Windows x64 Windows Opera Portable...

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We are working with making Opera even faster on Windows machines using a technique named “PGO” (Profile Guided Optimizations”), and it’s time to show off the first results. This is preview build for public testing. Note that auto update is disabled. If you like to check this build, just grab the installer. What is PGO?...

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In first Opera 43 developer blog post we announced new feature coming in: Address bar speculative prerenderer. Here are some more details: When you browse the web a lot of time is spent waiting for pages to load and a lot of energy has gone into optimizing page load, both from browser makers and from...

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Hi, Today we are releasing the first Opera 42 developer build. We have quite a lot new improvements that focus on quality for newly developed features. We also include Chrome 55.0.2859.0 intake. Here is the changelog that says much more what has been included in the today release full changelog. Read on! Installation links: Opera...

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To enter the same level of excitement as us for this release, we advise you to push play and listen to Harder, better, faster, stronger, by Daft Punk while reading this blog post. Meet Opera 41 beta: 48% faster startup! 30% more video conference time on battery thanks to battery savings! 30% less CPU usage...

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Hi, Apple released macOS Sierra on 20 September, the same day as our Opera stable release, and many of you have taken the opportunity to update both your operating system and your browser. If you’re one of the early updaters, you’ve probably also noticed an annoying issue: Opera’s renderer crashes on many pages with videos,...

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