Opera 10.52 Final for Windows and Mac
Article by George Norman
On 27 Apr 2010
Computer users that have their machine running on the Microsoft-developed Windows operating system, as well as users who are running Apple’s Mac OS X, can now download and install the final, stable version of Opera 10.52. According to the Norwegian developer Opera Software, version 10.52 comes with under the hood changes that make it even faster, and some UI changes that make Opera prettier than ever before.

Besides a slick user interface and improved performance, Opera 10.52 has all the bells and whistles that made the previous version an interesting download: private browsing mode, smarter address field, the option to run widgets outside the browser, SVG support and HTML 5 video.

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On the Mac front, Opera Software says version 10.52 for Mac is a whole 10 times faster than version 10.10 (a performace chart is available here). Opera 10.52 for Mac comes with some other interesting features for Mac computers – there are things like Cocoa integration, Growl support, and multi-touch trackpad gestures support. Thanks to the later, you can use your fingers to surf the web. To zoom in, you need only pinch the trackpad; to scroll, use two fingers; to navigate back and forth on the browser’s history, use three fingers.

“To all Mac users who value fast browsing, please meet Opera,” said Lars Boilesen, CEO, Opera Software. “Opera is a consistent performer on even the most congested networks, giving people the fastest browsing experience, coupled with a powerful feature set that is finely attuned to the needs of Mac users.”

Say you are browsing the web from the airport or on a train. Naturally the network is congested and you have to contend with slow surfing speeds. Opera Turbo in Opera 10.52 comes to your rescue. This feature can boost surfing speeds up to 50% on 3G networks and up to 65% on Edge.

If you would like to get Opera 10.52, you can download it straight from Opera here.



Tags: Opera Software, Opera 10.52, Windows, Mac
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