Adobe Flash Now Supports InPrivate Browsing

February 12th, 2010

As a web browser, Internet Explorer is a platform for many kinds of add-ons (here are some great examples). IE users generally don’t distinguish between add-ons and Internet Explorer when it comes to performance, reliability, or privacy. They just use IE and expect it to work. That’s why the best add-ons do a good job…

Windows Beta Released and More!

February 11th, 2010

Desktop is proud to announce that Opera 10.5 for Windows is now in Beta! :hat: Head on over to the Next Browser page to download a copy for yourself Note: Geolocation is disabled in the public Beta until we iron out the last details with our location provider. You can still test it and…

A new beta of Google Chrome for Mac – with extensions and more

February 11th, 2010

Since we released Chrome for Mac in beta last December, we’ve been busy adding new features. Today, after some incubation in the developer channel, we’re happy to make some of these features more widely available. The new beta release of Chrome for Mac offers extensions, bookmark sync, and more. With this new version, you’ll be…

Opera 10.50 Beta RC2

February 10th, 2010

This is the second release candidate for the beta release of Opera 10.50 for Windows.

Beta RC

February 9th, 2010

Opera 10.5 beta for Windows is right around the corner. This build is the release candidate and contains many stability improvements. Please continue to report bugs, so we can keep releasing new snapshots. 😀 Download Windows MSI / Windows Classic

Acid3 and more

February 8th, 2010

Ready for another build? We’ve fixed a few crash bugs, and Carakan has been updated to made sure Acid3 shows 100/100. Middle-click scrolling should also be working. If you are having problems with Java, please check that the Java plugin is listed in opera:plugins, and that you are using Java 1.6 (not 1.4 or 1.5)….

Java is back

February 8th, 2010

We’re still working hard on getting a beta version of Opera 10.50 ready for Windows. Here is the latest snapshot with some nice bug fixes. This includes the return of Java. Opera is now using the Java Plug-in instead of native Java. If you encounter reproducible crashers, please report a bug: Please remember to…

Approaching 10.50 beta for Windows

February 7th, 2010

We’re not there quite yet, but we are close to releasing the official beta version of Opera 10.50 for Windows. Please focus mostly on potential showstoppers. If there are any bugs that you believe are important enough to block a beta release, let us know. Take a look at the list of known issues first,…

Weave Sync: New APIs and Resources for Developers

February 6th, 2010

Editor’s note: On Feb 5, Mozilla Labs released new Weave Sync APIs and resources for developers. For more details, check out Ragavan Srinivasan’s blog announcement, reposted below. Last week we announced that the Weave Sync add-on for Firefox is now generally available to seamlessly bridge your desktop and mobile Firefox experiences. Using this free browser add-on…

Skin fixes, Unite, and then some

February 5th, 2010

After staffing up and accelerating the development process, we are now approaching the beta stage on Windows. This build has a number of skin fixes and improvements, a large number of bugfixes, and Opera Unite should be working again. We also have a new feature for you. WARNING: This is a development snapshot: it contains…