Opera 35 has been released, and the update for the browser brings in a couple of useful new features.
This happens to be the first update for the browser in 2016, in terms of the stable release channel.
This feature isn’t exactly new to Opera, and has been in beta test for quite a few versions. But it has undergone quite a few changes. You can mute a tab by clicking on the speaker icon on top of the tab. To unmute it, simply click on the icon again.
Muting multiple tabs is also quite easy, simply right-click on a tab and select the option which says “Mute other tabs”. This does exactly what the name suggests. [...]
Last week, Opera slightly annoyed users by stating it will skip the technical details about the Opera 35 version. This essentially meant that a detailed change log was not being provided.
Naturally, tech-savvy Opera users took to the announcement page, and asked the browser developers to provide more information. Hey, we really like the technical bits you know.
And Opera has obliged to the request, with a full and detailed list of changes, some of which are actually rather impressive. Let’s analyse it, shall we?
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Opera 35 beta adds a new algorithm to the browse’s built-in synchronization feature (Opera [...]
Opera has updated its browser to version 35 in the developer channel to throw in some new useful features.
First up we have the Search hint, which is nothing more than a tip, which educates the user, that a web search can be made directly from the Address bar.
Simply, enter the key word you wish to query for, and hit enter to complete the search. This reminder can be dismissed by clicking on the got it button.
Recently we reported that Opera added a new option to the developer version of the browser, to kill all the noise from tabs. The browser maker called this feature, “Mute me baby”. What made this feature really unique, is the fact that it allowed the [...]
Opera has updated its developer version of the browser to v35.
Technically it is Opera 34 with a few features thrown in, and here’s what they are.
Opera recently fixed an issue related to extensions, which prevented extension permissions from appearing during installation, and also manual installation of extensions.
The browser now has support for muting tabs, and the company calls this feature “Mute me baby”. No more noisy tabs, most of today’s browsers have it, right? Of course you can click on a tab to mute it, be it a background tab or the one you have opened. But Opera has taken it one step further, and allows you to mute the [...]