All posts by Błażej Kaźmierczak

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This May, Opera became the first major browser to ship a dedicated battery saving feature. This feature optimizes our Chromium/Blink based browser engine and user interface in order to give users more time to browse their favorite websites. Our tests showed that the feature increased the battery life by as much as 50% when compared...

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Hi, Right at the start of O40 cycle, we are introducing an upgrade to the synchronization feature. Following the industry standards, we have changed our authorization infrastructure to support OAuth2. As all the changes are in the “under the hood” area, we will be most delighted if you don’t notice them at all 😉 However,...

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At Opera, we’re moving forward full steam ahead, and, today, we’re ready to share the beta version of Opera 38 with you. This means this release is feature complete and being prepared for launch in our stable channel. Let’s take a look at the new features in Opera 38 beta. Battery saver in Opera Running...

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The major new feature in our initial beta 37 is definitely native ad-blocking. Today, we are introducing our native ad-blocking feature to the beta channel to help you get rid of bloated, overdone ads – and do it very quickly. We are the first major browser vendor to integrate an ad-blocking feature. With this option,...

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Hello, With Opera 36, we are giving you even more enhancements for your favorite browser :). Highlights include better support for Windows 10, more customization on the start page and nicer handling of extensions in the toolbar, for those of you who use a lot of them. Refreshed start page We’ve updated the style of...

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Hello! Welcome in Opera 37 development cycle. During last cycles we’ve been clear open what we are working on. Now we are preparing small surprise for you, or actually, two, if we manage to fix everything on time. You will not find it in changelog, not even in the flags. 😀 We can’t say yet what...

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Hello, Today, unlike our previous initial O35 release, in this very first O36 cycle release, we are releasing… Opera, 36 version 🙂 Many of you felt that the previous, final O34 blogpost was missing feature details, so we want to jump straight to these details for O36. In the Opera 36 cycle, we are working...

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