Opera 11.50 Is Alive
June 30, 2011 by Rob Nijkamp Source article

Opera has released the final version of its popular alternative web browser for Windows, Mac and Linux, Opera 11.50. Codenamed "Swordfish", this latest release actually debuted as Release Candidate 5, but was quickly updated to become a final release.


Opera 11.50 Is Alive

The most notable change in Opera 11.50: it features major improvements to the program's Speed Dial page, making it possible to get all the information you need from a Speed Dial without having to open the web page itself.

Opera 11.50 also introduces password-synchronization between computers, plus features the new "Featherweight" user interface. This features a brand new toolbar icon set, tweaked colors and buttons, plus a tweak that makes the Home and Fast Forward buttons now optional rather than a mandatory part of the user interface. Opera 11.50 also includes the latest version of Opera's web-page rendering engine, Presto. Opera claims that Presto 2.9.168 renders CSS and SVG elements up to 20 per cent faster than before, plus introduces support for additional HTML5 standards as well as other enhancements.

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