Here comes the very first build of Opera 11.10 (codenamed Barracuda) by Opera Software.
Before you become too excited, please keep in mind that this is just a first glimpse of what’s yet to come and therefore, does not include a lot of new features.
According to just published post, the Core has been upgraded from version 2.7.62 to 2.8.99 (a very big step forward, according to Manuela Hutter) and now includes Web Open Font Format (WOFF) support.
Furthermore, a handful of network compatibility changes has been introduced in the following build to make Opera more compatible with other web browsers.
Disable Cookie2 by default, with an option to enable it again
Send more compatible Accept* headers
Disable TLS 1.1 and 1.2 by default
Make sure redirects from http to https are labelled secure
Remove the use of master password for client certificates
Added a preference to disable cross-network protection
Before downloading, please keep in mind that this is a very early build and may contain few known and yet unknown issues.
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