Download Opera 11.50 Final

By | June 28, 2011 | 13 Comments

Now you can add a clock!

The latest stable release of Opera web browser has been just released and can be downloaded from here.

So what’s new in Opera 11.50?

As previously reported, the following release includes a new design, thanks to the Featherweight project.

In addition to that, users can now enjoy speed dial extensions and Opera Link password synchronization.

As for the core, Opera 11.50 is equipped with the Presto 2.9.168 rendering engine, offering an increased rendering performance of CSS and SVG by up to 20%.

As a result, it now supports quite a few new web specifications, including but not limited to: HTML5 Session history and navigation, HTML5

After seeing the new video, I can’t help but think of the following ad:

In case you’ve been using weekly builds, Opera 11.50 RC5 is the Final version.

Enjoy.


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  • IE & Opera FanBoy

    Good, but still have to fix some fit & finish bugs. This has font rendering issue in my language (Tamil). Next they need to start thinking of adding Enterprise features.

  • Wicket

    The blue dots on the tabs are gone. Featherweight has replaced the dots with dog-ears.

  • greg

    like i said opera only cares about there speed dials…

    • Guh

      What a weird claim. There is a huge number of changes and fixes. It seems that you are the one who only cares about speed dial, since you ignore all the other fixes and additions.

      Talk about shooting yourself in the foot…

      • greg

        Tell me what were the ”huge number of changes” cause i didnt see it in that video…
        and dont try to back yourself up talking about (bug) fixes and updating  like ”presto engine” a browser should be updating those things by default those are not changes thats how i feel. Sad thing  Opera has a new UI but they rather give it the cold shoulder and make a video on a speed dial like it never happened ..its Opera 11.20 

        • Anonymous

          Heh. You are basing your opinion on a single video highlighting a single feature?

          Wow.

          BTW, you can easily check the actual changelogs no http://www.opera.com or the desktop blog for more detailed changelogs. But I guess it’s easier to just spout nonsense…

        • Cruelworld

          Like Chrome 1.12 or Firefox 4.1.01. Times are changin. Don’t be left behind. Major changes in browsers from now on will be quite insignificant if you would compare them to changes 10 years ago. So now if you are not trolling you have to compare new features not to development cycle 10 years ago but to changes in other browsers.So  yes, 11.5 is a big step forward :)

        • Leo

          But when Firefox release version 5 with a few performance improvements, that is ok right? At least opera called it 11.5 and not 12. What version is Chrome up to now? 30?

          • Ryan

            Who gives a shit about the version number? Like I really don’t think this should matter anymore…

        • greg.

          ¯_(ツ)_/¯

      • Nobody

        opera employee? perhaps the one with 10 years under his belt? you are now a Blog Comment Manager? :)

  • DWBH

    Opera need more betas less RC ……

  • http://twitter.com/TiagoMorbusSa Tiago Sá

    Speed dial is the coolest feature you’ll never need. The new tab button is largely irrelevant already anyway…