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Monday, 29 October 2007 10:45

Opera's new Beta out

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Kestrel flies


Opera has released a Beta of its upcoming desktop browser, code-named Kestrel.

Among the things not seen before in Opera is a system of synchronizing bookmarks between a PC and a mobile device called Opera Link.

The update to Opera 9.5 fixes "hundreds of bugs" that were in the Alpha version. Web site rendering has been significantly improved, along with performance, stability and usability. Opera Link was also in the Alpha release of Opera 9.5, but it was so "buggy," it was unusable.
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