Opera 10.50 final

Opera Web browser offers the best internet browsing experience available. That is, in my humble opninion of course. This version is by far the fastest browser on my computer at the moment, and 10.50 has got a completely redesigned interface that’s really nice.

New features

Better integration with the Windows operating system
Windows 7:
Aero Glass
Aero Peek
Jump Lists
Opera Carakan JavaScript engine
Cross-platform bytecode interpreter for a new register-based instruction set
Internal object model with automatic classification and inline property caching
Machine code generation (JIT compiler)
Divided garbage collection heap: automatically traverses the memory of active heaps
Caching of compiled programs
Reduced memory usage
Additional Carakan information can be found here.
Opera “O” tab and menu
The new Opera “O” tab and its associated menu (located on the left side of the Opera Tab bar) replaces the traditional Opera Menu bar. This increases vertical space in the Opera desktop window, and centralizes frequently used features and tools in one, convenient location. Optionally, the new Opera “O” tab and menu can be replaced with the traditional Opera Menu bar by clicking “Show Menu Bar” in the Opera “O” menu. This new Opera feature contains the following items.
Tabs and Windows â–º
Page â–º
Print â–º
Bookmarks â–º
History
Downloads
Opera Unite â–º
Synchronize Opera â–º
Widgets â–º
Notes
Mail and Chat Accounts
Mail â–º
Contacts
Appearance
Settings â–º
Help â–º
Show Menu Bar
Exit
Opera Presto 2.5 rendering engine
Opera 10.50 (with Opera Widgets for Desktop) for Windows contains the latest Opera rendering engine: Opera Presto 2.5, and incorporates the following features.

CSS
Support is added for:
CSS 2.1 visibility: collapse
See: W3C section 11.2 Visibility: the visibility property
CSS3 border-radius property (rounded corners)
See: W3C section 4.4. The border-radius properties
CSS3 Backgrounds and Borders
See: W3C CSS Backgrounds and Borders Module Level 3
CSS3 2D Transforms
See: W3C CSS 2D Transforms Module Level 3
CSS3 Transitions
See: W3C CSS Transitions Module Level 3
HTML5
Support is added for:
HTML5

>> Opera website
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