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?
Duplicate Bookmarks Cleaning:
Opera 35 beta adds a new algorithm to the browse’s built-in synchronization feature (Opera [...]