When we released Opera 25, we brought back bookmarks in a new visually-orientated way. With the beta release of Opera 26, we made it easy to share your bookmark collections with friends and family, even if they don’t have Opera. Opera 26 comes with many more new features, including: A built-in print preview Options to...

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Hello! Today we’re updating our Opera stable stream with some of the latest fixes. The biggest change in this version is that we bring back the 32-bit version for MacOS. It also contains a fix for a crash when trying to open a skype connection and other crash fixes along with fixes for minor glitches...

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Today, we released another update to Opera 26 on our development stream. The biggest change is an update to Chromium (39.0.2171.2). On the UI side, there are no major changes. We are applying the finishing touches to move version 26 to the beta stream. This also means that 27 is on its way! The Chromium...

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It has been a few weeks since we released our new tab-preview functionality. Initially, this feature was created to satisfy the needs of very advanced users, like those of you who read our blog. We would like to revisit how we preview tabs and how the feature is performing. To do so, we are collecting...

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When I think back on moments, I can see them. That’s my way to remember. It’s the same for how I find things on the internet. All those videos, pictures or songs that I’ve discovered are visual memories for me. Today, we introduce a new feature to Opera. A feature I’m personally very excited about....

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We have no release today. Instead, here is a quick follow up to previous developer release, which prompted quite a few questions. Frequently Asked Questions Where is synced data stored? All synced data is stored on Opera-controlled servers. What data is synced? At this stage we are only syncing bookmarks. In the future, it is...

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