Opera Software Launches a New Browser for Desktop Users

    Opera Software, today launched a new version of Opera for the desktop users get most out of the web. Recently, India joined the 1 million user club for Opera for Computers in just one year which is a testimony to Opera on Computers, being one of the most popular products from the company.

    Opera Software Launches a New Browser for Desktop Users

    This new version of Opera for the desktop comes with lots of features. Some of the features includes:

    • Elegant interface, seamlessly integrated with Windows, Mac, and Linux platforms
    • Discover feature which offers a selection of top global and local news and other interesting stories from almost 40 countries
    • Visual bookmarks let you save favorite pages as a collection of thumbnails and share them with my friends easily
    • A customizable Speed Dial that offers one-click access to my favorite web content, which can be grouped into folders
    • Opera Turbo mode that compresses pages by up to 50% of their original size for faster browsing, especially on slower web connections
    • Over 1300 extensions are available in the Opera add-ons catalog, to add functionality and deliver my way to enjoy the web
    • Themes to help you personalize the look of the browser

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    Moreover, the browser is packed with Bookmark sync which allows syncing web favorites across different devices. It also comes with tab synchronization, which works both computers and the latest version of Opera for Android.

    To sync tabs and see them across the devices, users should select the profile icon next to the address field and create an Opera account or sign into an existing one.

    Then, users will be able to see their open tabs from other devices directly in the newly refreshed start page, under the Tabs button.

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