Tag archive for: Opera for computers

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Over 350 million of people all over the world use Opera to get online. You see these apps everyday on your phone and laptop or desktop computers — Opera Mini, Opera for computers, Opera for Android, Opera Max, Opera Coast, among others. As you can imagine, we have hundreds of developers, interaction designers and QA...

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This year, the SurfEasy team joined the Opera family to bring more privacy to your online experience. Today, we’re happy to announce that you can download the SurfEasy Proxy extension from the Opera add-ons catalog. You just need to sign up with your email address and create a password. What the SurfEasy Proxy extension does...

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Today, we’re unveiling our new brand identity. We’re introducing a new look and feel. But, it’s more than just a logo shift. Opera has evolved a lot since we started our journey as a browser company 20 years ago. Today, we serve over a billion internet users every month, between the 350 million people around...

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Opera browser for Windows 10

The highly-anticipated Windows 10 has started to roll out to 190 countries today. The upgrade is available to users running Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1. Windows 10 has new features, including the ability to switch from desktop to tablet view. While it comes with two of its own internet browsers, Internet Explorer...

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Millions already enjoy Opera for Windows 7 and Windows 8, as well as Opera Mini for Windows Phone, and we are looking forward to welcoming the latest baby in the Windows family. We’ve taken a look at the publicly-released build. Here’s our Windows 10 preview. Get the Windows 10 preview build Microsoft has already released...

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You’ve seen these emoticons online: Jon Hicks, the man behind some of the world’s most-recognizable emoticons, has joined our team, and we’re psyched to have him on board as Lead Designer for the Desktop team. Jon’s work includes a long list of big names in tech like Mozilla, Skype and Spotify. “You might think about...

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