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Looking for a Google Chrome alternative? The new update of Chrome no longer supports Windows XP and Windows Vista. This means that if you are on either of these platforms, the Chrome browser you are using will not get bug fixes or security updates. According to Netmarketshare’s figures, 10.9% of all computer users use Windows...

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Last week, we released the new developer version of Opera for computers with the ad-blocking feature on board. If you enable it, you can speed up webpage loading times by up to 90%. At Opera, we are used to massive downloads and lots of feedback, but since we launched this latest version, we were truly...

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2015 is a big year both for us and for you who use Opera on your computers and mobile devices. In September, we rebranded Opera. Also this year we added more data-savings features, further cementing our spot as the leader in compression technology. It is important to us that we serve you products and apps...

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Today’s update of Opera for computers comes with the new version of our data-savings technology, Opera Turbo. This new version of Opera Turbo performs even better on congested Wi-Fi areas, such as cafés, airports or schools. You can browse up to 15% faster comparing to the previous version, if you use it with your phone...

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What do Opera guys do on the sunny French Riviera? Work on Opera browser for Mac, of course! In addition to the big Opera “hubs” in Norway, Poland and the United States, we also have satellite offices in several other places, including Nice, capital of the Côte d’Azur. Who crafts Opera for Mac? The core...

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Heather, Social Media Manager and Editor at SurfEasy, guest blogs about security for Opera. SurfEasy joins Opera to bring more privacy to your online experience.   As the United States wraps up its National Cyber Security Awareness Month, it’s a great time to talk about your internet privacy and to properly introduce SurfEasy, one of...

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We’ve released Opera 33 for computers today. Along with the features and bug fixes that we talk about regularly on the Desktop team blog, today’s release also sports a new product logo that reflects our new brand identity. You will find the updated “O” icon in our menu button, on the taskbar, and of course...

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