The leading browsing solution provider from Norway, the Opera Software, this week has announced that it is going to double the browser speed for all the users.» Read more
Opera Mail is going to be fast and also light in weight. It will mirror the functionality that was there in the earlier versions of opera that include filtering, labeling, thread support as well as multiple tabs.» Read more
Opera 12.13 Final boasts of reliable security fixes. For starters, manipulation of DOM events is possible and can play a critical role when the user wants to execute random or subjective codes.» Read more
The Retina Display supported Opera 12.10 beta comes with new interface, having the updating capabilities to its libvpx library.» Read more
Those who have had a go at the Opera Mini browser will agree that it has more than a few faults. A newer, better version that is supposed to fix the previous Opera faults has been released. The Opera 11.61. is now available with better features.» Read more
Opera has released the final version of its popular web browser, version 11.50, which is also codenamed “Swordfish”. The new version of Opera keeps the standards that Chrome and Firefox has achieved and stalls it as a formidable competitor in being the best internet browser. And gives much more than […]» Read more
Most users might have used Opera internet browser before; Opera has released the pre-alpha version of Opera 12, the Opera Next is now available for download. This release is rather unstable but can provide the user with a judgment of how good the Opera 12 will be.» Read more
Opera – Released first in 1996
Before Opera it was called MultiTorg Opera. It was in version 2.0 Opera was available to general public as shareware and the tag of MultiTorg was removed.
Opera 2.0 was written from scratch and had nothing to do with Mosaic, Netscape or IE. Opera 2.0 supported HTML 3.0 and was able to zoom the full page from 20 percent to 1000 percent. It saved, opened, inserted and restored sessions and could support video.» Read more
Opera Software has expressed their discontent over Microsoft move to exclude Internet Explorer 8 from Windows 7. The Norwegian browser-creator had earlier initiated anti-trust probe into the business practices of the software giant Microsoft in Europe.
Opera’s response comes in the wake of Microsoft revealing their plan to omit IE8 from its soon-to-be-released operating system Windows 7. This version of Windows 7 named ‘E’ edition is aimed exclusively for European Union market.» Read more
Opera has asserted that its recently released Opera Unite will reinvent the web. A claim of such tall order decidedly needs to be checked for its credibility. After an in depth study of the browser, we have answered a few important questions.» Read more