The stablest Opera build yet.
After a total of 4 release candidate builds, Norwegian browser maker has just released the final build of the Opera 12.10.
So how exactly will it improve your experience? Thanks to features like pre-fetched DNS (so domain name system look up is performed on mouse over) and SPDY (check preliminary benchmark results here), users should see a nice performance increase, especially when browsing Gmail, Twitter and other, SPDY enabled sites.
In addition to performance tweaks and various bug fixes, Opera 12.10 also brings improved extensions support, Fullscreen API (so web content can be displayed in a full screen) as well as Windows 8 touch gestures.
Although we are not exactly sure on what exactly this video tries to achieve, here is what Opera uploaded to their YouTube channel to promote Opera 12.10.
Overall, with hardware acceleration disabled, we are really impressed with the overall stability of the following build.
For a complete list of changes, head over to the following page.
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