A Look at What's New in Opera 18
Article by George Norman
On 19 Nov 2013
Opera version 18 has just been rolled out to the stable stream. If you want to get this latest release, you can grab it straight from FindMySoft here.

But before you rush and go get Opera 18 for your Windows-powered machine, perhaps you would like to find out what new bits and pieces the browser has to offer.

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Norwegian developer Opera Software recently announced that it rolled out Opera 18 to the stable stream. This latest release comes with several cool new features. To keep things nice and short, I thought it a good idea to list said new features.

Opera 18 – New Features
  • Mike and camera integration – thanks to WebRTC support, Opera 18 users can use their mike and camera in HTML5 apps and games.
  • Draggable tabs – tabs can be dragged between windows and they can be dragged out of the browser window. When you drag out a tab, a new window will open.
  • Themes – version 18 is themeable, meaning you can change the way your browser looks by selecting a theme. If you can’t find a theme that suits your tastes, you can create a custom skin.
  • Custom search engines – right click a search engine’s search field and you will be presented with the “Create Search Engine” option. This way you can easily add a search engine to your list of custom search engines.
As mentioned above, Opera 18 for Windows is available for download right here on FindMySoft.
Opera 18 is also available for Mac, just not here. You can get it straight from Opera Software.

As I mentioned at the start, Opera version 18 has just been rolled out to the stable stream. You see, Opera Software rolls out Opera versions on three streams: Opera Developer, Opera Next, and Opera Stable. Read more about this topic here.



Tags: Opera Software, browser, update, Opera 18, Microsoft, Windows, Apple, OS X
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