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Opera 10 comes with Turbo compression technology

Posted on Tuesday, September 01 2009 @ 17:17:49 CEST by


Opera Software released Opera 10 today, the latest edition of this Norwegian browser features a new interface, improved tabs and Opera Turbo, a new compression technology. Here's a brief overview of the three biggest changes in Opera 10:
1. Opera Turbo, a new compression technology that solves the pain of slow connections.

Whether you are an on-the-go business traveler, you rely on 3G cards in your netbook, or you find yourself stuck on a sluggish Wi-Fi connection, Opera Turbo gives you a major browsing boost.

If your network speed slows to a crawl, simply enable Opera Turbo to browse the Web at broadband-like speeds. Opera Turbo will automatically detect when network speeds will enable you to benefit. Once you turn it on, Opera Turbo instantly compresses pages, so less data needs to be transferred over a limited connection.

Take the Opera Turbo test today. In our laboratory trials, Opera Turbo gives up to eight times faster Web surfing over slow connections than other browsers.

2. A sleek and beautiful interface You have never seen an Opera browser that looks like this. For Opera 10 we gave the browser a streamlined and elegant new interface. The world-class design complements Opera’s world-class features that help you get even more out of your Web browsing.

3. Better tabs, from the original pioneer Opera continues pioneering new ways to use tabs. In Opera 10, resize your tab bar by pulling down on it or double-clicking the handle, revealing a surprise: Opera now shows you full thumbnails of all your open tabs.



 



 

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