Opera has released the latest version of its web browser for Windows – Opera 10.50, which it claims is the fastest web browser produced so far for Windows. Featuring sleek and refined new design plus some nice features such as private browsing (sounds familiar?), Opera 10.50 is also packed with old features you’ve grown to love with Opera.
Opera 10.50’s new features can be categorized into – Â refined browsing experience, faster browsing speed, private browsing, and platform integration.
For its browsing interface, Opera has made some improvements and revisions to provide you with a leaner browsing experience, with special emphasis on your PC’s screen estate. Gone are the Opera menu buttons which were now replaced with traditional menu bar.
Another new feature of Opera browser for Windows is private browsing. Now, if you’ve used Google Chrome or is still using it right now, it’s similar to Incognito Mode. This means, you can browse sites for as long as you want and you won’t leave a trail or browsing history behind. Opera does private browsing either in a tab or separate window.
Opera 10.50 also integrates well with Windows 7/Vista Aero Glass, Aero Peek and Jump Lists. It also lets you easily access your Speed Dials, tabs and more from the Taskbar.
Of course, the old favorites – Opera Turbo, Opera Unite and Opera Link are still active in Opera 10.50.