Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Opera 10.10 for Linux i386

Opera Turbo for fast browsing on slow connections

  1. Opera Turbo uses compression technology that provides significant improvements in browsing speeds over limited-bandwidth connections, for example, when using a crowded Wi-Fi in a cafe or a slow dial-up modem.
  2. Opera Link lets you synchronize data of your choice online or among different computers and devices. Synchronize your Speed Dial, bookmarks, custom searches, history and notes between your work and home computers; take your bookmarks with you on your phone.
  3. Opera has always been the pioneer for how to deal with tabs in your browser. Opera now has a resizable tab bar. Drag the handle underneath the tabs to reveal thumbnails of your open Web pages. And, because great features should come in beautiful packages, designer Jon Hicks has created a whole new look for Opera.
  4. Get quick access to Google, eBay, Amazon and more with the search field in the upper-right corner. Or, for even quicker searching, search directly in the address bar using built-in, customizable keywords. For example, type “w Opera” in the address bar to search for “Opera” with Wikipedia. You can also create your own Web search from any search field on the Internet, simply by right-clicking on a search field and choosing Create Search.



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