A new version of the niche web browser Opera has been released with a number of new features. These include a new theming system, support for 64bit processors, and HTML5 drag 'n' drop.
Opera Software have shown off the first phase of 'Project Featherweight' - a new initiative designed to refine and improve the interface of the Opera web browser.
We've mentioned Kyle Baker's superb Opera themes before so, and in light of sad news yesterday that PPC support for Opera will be discontinued, it's nice to see said skins have been updated for the new & improved default themes in Ubuntu 10.10.
The first stable release of an Opera browser since November 2009 has finally been announced today. The last stable release of an Opera browser on Linux was the 10.10 branch back in November last year […]
Kyle Baker – who’s awesome Ambiance skin for Opera we featured a few days back – has put pedal to the metal and created both an Ambiance and Radiance theme for the newly released Opera 10.6 Alpha. […]
Opera came out top in our ‘What is the fastest browser on Linux?’ test-a-rama conducted a few days back and since then a number of you have decided to take it for a whirl. Theme […]