Download Opera 11.11

By | May 17, 2011 | 21 Comments

Although the release of Opera 11.11 has not yet been announced, it’s already available on the public Opera servers.

So, while you wait for the official changelog and further details, feel free to download it from here.

Update: it’s now official. Opera 11.11 includes user interface, display, scripting, mail and other fixes. For a complete list of changes, visit the following link.

Thanks, MarkG!


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  • http://twitter.com/zahek Z@H3K

    Did you notice any change?? :) 

    • http://twitter.com/DanielHendrycks Daniel Hendrycks

      I think there was a skin fix to make tabs have a consistent width (they would, at times, resize when the page was loading, if coming from speed dial and other local pages). 

  • http://twitter.com/zahek Z@H3K

    It seems now lots of CPU usage :) 

    • NWBH

      Unfortunately all new version softwares targets new cpu. Single core, 4 year old cpu not good at handling new softwares.
       

  • http://www.favbrowser.com Vygantas Lipskas

     Using 10.50 alpha at this moment, I find more stable than 11.10

    • Stewart McNish

      11.50 Alpha I think you mean.  10.50 Alpha was truly horrendous….

      And yes 11.50 is very stable, but that’d hardly surprising considering it’s for the same core as 11.10, but with a couple of small features…   The big guns have yet to arrive.
       

  • http://twitter.com/zahek Z@H3K

    Yes, 11.50 Alpha (OperaNext) is vey stabil and I am using since it is published and no any problem… 

  • http://twitter.com/cristianer304 Cristian

     I will try it. Thanks.

    • http://profiles.google.com/dwight.stegall Dwight Stegall

      Don’t waste your time downloading it. Read my post below. 

      • DWBH

        They see Opera rollin’, they hatin’ 

  • Mohan

    Cool, going to download it. What’s odd is MyOpera mail seems smoother with Firefox 4 than with Opera.

    • NWBH

      They already got Opera users so they do not work that hard for Opera. They need FF 4 users so FF 4 appear smoother in FF 4 :). 

      • DWBH

        My comment  doesn’t make sense to myself. Pretend that I never wrote it lol. 

        • Mohan

           Too late! ;)

          • DWBH

             Yeah, we need an option to delete our comments, at-least within first few mins.

          • http://my.opera.com/rafaelluik Rafael

            There’s an option to edit. :) 

  • http://profiles.google.com/dwight.stegall Dwight Stegall

     Why install a browser that doesn’t care about your online privacy? Safari for Windows is another one. They don’t allow you to block any cookies including Flash Cookies.

    • Katimwilk

      I don’t know if my longer comment will be posted, but the cookie options/settings in Opera are:

      Accept cookies    Accept cookies only from the site I visit     Never accept cookies          Delete new cookies when exiting Opera    Ask me before accepting cookies        
      Cookie settings can be adapted to each site using the “Manage Cookies…” button. 
       
      As you can see, cookies can clearly be blocked in Opera. Flash cookies can’t be blocked by any browser, only deleted upon closing. You still get the Flash cookies while browsing. The Opera widget “LSO Manager” can delete Flash cookies any time (while browsing even). I hope my longer comment gets posted as I covered other things too.

  • http://profiles.google.com/dwight.stegall Dwight Stegall

     I used to get 300+ Adware Cookies a day. Then I uninstalled Opera and Safari for Windows. Then I setup all my other browsers to block all cookies except at sites where I have log in accounts. I use the Better Privacy Addon for Firefox to also autodelete Flash Cookies and the Flash Player log file. I get zero Adware Cookies and Flash Cookies now.

    I also use Adblock Plus Addon forr Firefox. The Malicious Domain filter filters out over 40,000 malicious websites.

    Why wear out your hard drive by running an Adware Scanner daily? Go ahead and use those junk browsers and see where it gets you.

    • Mikah

      What complete ignorance of how Opera handles cookies you show.
      you’ve been able to block cookies in Opera for years either globally or on a site by site basis theres also an option to delete new cookies when exiting Opera.