Opera Software has published version 11.10 beta of the Opera browser, you can download it over here if you want to give it a try. This release is codenamed Barracuda and it offers Speed Dial, a new look & feel, support for CSS3 linear gradients and multiple columns, and enhanced Flash support, support for Google WebP, Web Open Font Format (WOFF) support, and more.
A powerful new Speed Dial that fits your style
Opera's popular Speed Dial has been greatly enhanced; your favorite pages now have clearer previews, and dials can even dynamically show live content for websites.
There is now no limit to how many dials you can use, and it is simple to adjust the Speed Dial view to best fit your setup. Click the plus button to add a new website and type the address, or choose from a list of suggestions.
Edit the name if you want to make it all yours. Web developers can now also optimize the Speed Dial thumbnails, so you can see what is happening on your favorite sites in a glance.
A more intuitive design
Opera's graphics and interface are enhanced to offer a sleek, modern look so that its features are easy to discover and use. The new design gives it the feel of a finely tuned browsing machine.
More great web standards
This version of the Opera browser now supports CSS3 linear gradients and multiple columns. The Opera browser shows webpages using the latest and greatest standards in their full glory.
Plug-ins that simply plug and play
We have made it easier to install and use plug-ins. With this release, the most popular plug-in, Adobe Flash Player, installs seamlessly and automatically.