After the Opera Mini update, the browser maker has issued a new version of its core product – desktop Opera. The update brings improved privacy, security and personalization options.
First up is support for SurfEasy – Opera's own VPN network that lets you browse the web from anywhere in the world privately and anonymously. The browser will offer to download SurfEasy when you open a private window or a security badge.
The new version adds support for password syncing between devices. You can enable it from the settings panel.
Opera already syncs tabs and bookmarks, but now you get a better way to browse those bookmarks – the bookmark tree. It's available in the dropdown menu and in the bookmark manager.
Finally, you can now install and create animated themes for Opera – any short video can serve as background on your Speed Dial page.
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I never heard bigger B##it in my life.... I would not even comment this, because I just cant stop laughing... I just feel sorry for people who think like that without even touching this topic not to mention app it self... Opera is for no...
still a user of opera presto 12.16 two yrs after its death... sometimes firefox for some websites .. always presto or gecko .. never switch to blink browsers they are evil