By Patryk Obaradreamertan. Thursday, November 11, 2010 1:01:00 PM
Greetings from Poland to all Desktop Team blog readers.
Almost five days have passed since last snapshot, so it's about time we shared new builds with you. Teams in Oslo and Wrocław were occupied with making extensions more reliable; we also have some user interface work included and lots of UNIX fixes (including few important ones).
BTW, we will occasionally refer to Opera 11 as Kjevik. WARNING: This is a development snapshot: It contains the latest changes, but may also have severe known issues, including crashes and data loss situations. In fact, it may not work at all. And keep your cat away (just in case).Download
By Remigiusz Bondarowicz2beR. Thursday, October 21, 2010 9:00:00 AM
Many of you were waiting for this day to come ...
Opera is one of the most customizable browsers in the world, with many powerful, built-in features, but that is not enough for us.
Today we go a step further -- we add another piece of the puzzle: Opera extensions!
I am happy to share an alpha version of Opera 11 with extensions on board.Extensions
Opera users can already extend their browser with Unite
. You have also our standalone web applications Widgets
. But now we're making it even better. Opera extensions allow you to easily equip your Opera browser with extra features. You can get them from our extensions catalog at https://addons.labs.opera.com/
With the Opera 11 alpha, you can personalize your browser with all your pet features and functionality. From now on, it is you who defines the best experience with the Opera browser.