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Today, we want to share with you another big thing that you will first see in the developer channel for Opera for computers. We are the first major browser maker to integrate an unlimited and free VPN or virtual private network. Now, you don’t have to download VPN extensions or pay for VPN subscriptions to...

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Hello, With Opera 36, we are giving you even more enhancements for your favorite browser :). Highlights include better support for Windows 10, more customization on the start page and nicer handling of extensions in the toolbar, for those of you who use a lot of them. Refreshed start page We’ve updated the style of...

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If there were no bloated ads, some top websites would load up to 90% faster. Today, we wanted to share with you a native ad-blocking technology in our Developer channel for Opera for computers. “Native” means unmatched speed vs extensions, since the blocking happens at the web engine level. We are the first major browser...

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As you may have heard, the Board of Directors of Opera have forwarded a recommendation to our shareholders to consider an acquisition offer from a consortium of leading Chinese internet firms, Qihoo 360 and Kunlun. In the desktop team, we think this is good news. If the deal is realized, Opera for computers will be...

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Hello, and welcome to the latest stable version of Opera for computers. The previous version concentrated on privacy as a human right. With Opera 33, we want to look at another vital aspect of bringing the web to as many people as possible – making sure that the browser is performing even on slower networks...

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We’ve been working hard to improve our desktop browser. We added many super useful features. We are especially proud of visual bookmarks, which allow you to bookmark your links as images and share a bunch of them by sending a single link to your friends. For those of you on Linux, check out the awesome...

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