Opera Announces Final Version Of Its All-New Opera For Windows And Mac, Brings Speed Dial, Chromium-based

Posted on Jul 2 2013 - 6:03pm by Karan Chopra

The Scandinavian browser-maker Opera Software today announced the final version of its all-new Opera for Windows and Mac, bringing a fresh look and completely new features, including a cleaner design, a new ‘Speed Dial’ tool for finding favorite sites and faster webpage loading. You can download the Opera browser latest version through the company’s website straightaway.

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“The world of fascinating web content is expanding faster than space, and we’ve delivered a browser that helps you to truly discover it,” says Lars Boilesen, Opera Software, CEO. “Get inspired by new ways of exploring web horizons, and stay tuned for some of our most beloved features, as we continue to develop the next generation of Opera.”

Opera’s refreshed Speed Dial brings a smarter way to organize your favorite websites. All you have to do is drag one Special Dial entry on top of another to group them by topics. The Speed Dial will let you get the top sites in flash. The new Opera for Windows and Mac run on a Chromium engine, so you can access all your websites in a blink of an eye.

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