Fresh Look for Opera 22: Five New Inspiring Themes
Article by George Norman
On 05 Jun 2014
Norwegian developer Opera Software recently rolled out Opera 22 for Windows and Mac OS X. The nice thing about Opera 22 is that it comes with a fresh look. And more to the point, the browser comes with new default themes – five new themes that focus on the Scandinavian scenery.

“We have gone through considerable effort to make Opera look slick and modern, while still blending in nicely with its surroundings,” said Opera Software. “Since our browser was born in Norway, we decided to take Opera’s look a step further by selecting five new, inspiring themes that showcase the local scenery. They complement Opera and add a touch of Scandinavian style to your desktop. We hope you like them as much as we do!”

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These are the 5 new default themes that Opera 22 has to offer.

At the Norwegian Sea by Johannes Martin


Fjord by Matt Kloskowski


Lofoten Islands by Victor Velez


Midsummer in Lapland by Heather Sunderland


Mountains by Jakub Połomski


Windows users can check out the five themes presented above by going to the Opera menu, the Themes submenu.
If these 5 themes are not enough, you can get more from the Opera add-ons website, the Themes section.

The Windows version of Opera 22 comes with silent updates. The new silent-update mechanism works like this: while you go about your business, the Opera web browser will silently update itself to the latest version. You won’t have to deal with any annoying authentication dialogs anymore. You will surf the web safe in the knowledge that you’re using the newest and safest Opera release.

It must be added here that Opera Software introduced new technology that reduces the size of the aforementioned updates. Smaller updates means the browser will update fasters and use less bandwidth to update itself.

Opera 22 for Windows is available for download right here on FindMySoft.

The detailed changelog for Opera 22 is available here.




Tags: Opera Software, Opera, Themes, updates, silent
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