Introduces the 64 bit builds for Windows and more.
Today is a good day for all the Opera users as Norwegian browser maker has just announced the availability of the Opera 12 Final.
If you haven’t tried the beta version yet, there are a lot of things to be excited about. Following other web browsers, Opera 12 now includes a support for the out-of-process plug-ins, full hardware acceleration (disabled by default) and themes that are similar to those of Firefox (aka Personas).
Those are not the only changes though, under the hood, Opera engineers have enhanced the OVERALL web standards support, WEB SITES compatibility and improved the scrolling performance.
Opera 12 Final Changelog
64-Bit Mac and Windows Versions
Address Field Enhancements
Experimental Full Hardware Acceleration
Right-to-Left (RTL) Script Support Added, Language Support Expanded
Window and Tabs API
Opera Unite, Opera Widgets, and Opera Voice Discontinuation
Improved Web Specifications Support
For even more details, check the following link.
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