Opera 10.50 Leaked: Screenshots, Features and Download Links

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Opera 10.50 Leaked: Screenshots, Features and Download LinksOur reader Somebody has come across a DownloadSquad post about presumably leaked Opera 10.50 pre-alpha build.

Although this isn’t likely to be a version, which is coming on Tuesday (as there are no noticeable JavaScript performance improvements), it still includes some of the upcoming new features, such as:

Private browsing
Windows 7 integration
Improved find
Presto 2.5
… and improved user interface

On the other hand, new JavaScript engine might appear only in newer alpha releases. We will find out very soon.

Screenshots:

Opera 10.50 Leaked: Screenshots, Features and Download Links

Opera 10.50 Leaked: Screenshots, Features and Download Links

Opera 10.50 Leaked: Screenshots, Features and Download Links

Opera 10.50 Leaked: Screenshots, Features and Download Links

Opera’s comment:
“There are some reports about an old internal build of 10.5 being available. Don’t run it, the official build on Tuesday is much better and you don’t risk getting nasty trojans on you pc.”

Download (use it on your own risk):
Opera 10.50 Build 20192.

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  1. Pallab says:

    Also, don’t forget to check out the new find.

    • nobody says:

      find in page (.) does look better and safarish, but is unfortunatelly slow :/

      it is amazing, that they’ve fixed and improved this, but form autocomplete (the most requested feature) was ignored..

      • nvm says:

        “the most requested feature”

        Source?

        • Pallab says:

          If not the most requested, it is definitely one of the most requested features. I have been requesting it for half a decade or more. I have seen numerous threads pertaining to this in the official forums. It as been requested thousands of times in the past. But, clearly it is something opera is interested in.

          And this is one of the reasons I still kee Fx+Lastpass hanging around.

  2. nvm says:

    LOL, it looks like Chrome. Sort of.

  3. Matheus says:

    It’s just an internal build to test something exclusive. Not the final full package, that will come on December 22th.

    http://img138.imageshack.us/img138/5466/opera105.jpg
    See… no improvements… no Carakan and no new Presto version

    • nobody says:

      it has new presto:

      this is what dragonfly returns, and it is 100% reliable information

      User Agent: Opera/9.80 (Windows NT 6.1; U; en) Presto/2.5.18 Version/10.50

      you can check it yourself by launching dragonfly and then going to settings/environment

  4. Iron84 says:

    do want. can’t wait for the real build.

    (btw, who is the genius that makes screenshot using the .gif format? holy shit, it’s almost the year 2010!)

  5. Chas4 says:

    Check this out http://my.opera.com/desktopteam/blog/2009/12/17/christmas-comes-early-for-opera-users

    This was added:

    “Edit: There are some reports about an old internal build of 10.5 being available. Don’t run it, the official build on Tuesday is much better and you don’t risk getting nasty trojans on you pc.”

    • nobody says:

      i would be surprised if opera didnt say that.

      but i’m surprised, that they’ve spent few days deleting any mentions of this build from their site, instead of revealing its existence.

      and that phrase about trojans sounds like parents talking to their child ‘dont do that or trolls will eat your head’..

      and i dont believe, that this build is OLD as they claim. most probably it is very very close to what will be released on 22nd.

      • heee says:

        you are surprised they dont want an unfinished version leaked? wow

      • Anachron says:

        From !_StringData in Opera_1050_20192_in.msi:

        {\f0 \froman Times New Roman;}
        }
        {\colortbl;\red255\green0\blue0;\red0\green0\blue255;}
        {\info
        {\creatim \yr2009\mo12\dy18\hr10\min39\sec30}
        {\revtim \yr2009\mo12\dy18\hr10\min39\sec30}
        {\doccomm written by main\’2epl [Perl RT\'46::Writer v1\'2e11]}
        }

        Desktop End\_User License Agreement
        \line ________
        \line
        \line
        \line Copyright (C) Opera Software 1995\_2009
        \line
        \line IMPORTANT NOTE
        \line
        \line Read this entire document carefully\’2e This is a legal agreement
        between you, the user, and Opera Software ASA\’2e The Software and
        Services, as defined below, are protected by copyright, which is vested
        in Opera Software ASA and/or its suppliers\’2e The Software and Services
        may only be used in accordance with the terms and conditions set out
        in this document\’2e If you do not read and agree to be bound by the
        terms and conditions defined in this document, you are not permitted
        to keep, install or use the Software or Services in any way whatsoever\’2e

      • somebody says:

        Internal builds normally don’t go through a lot of QA and it is possible that they have a lot of features not enabled. It is also possible that they have some security holes.
        Also, since we don’t know the source of the leak, it is quite possible that someone decided to put a trojan alongwith the file and distribute it. So Opera is right in warning users to wait for the official product to be released. It’s a different matter that most people would try to get their hands on it without waiting, but they had to warn them in the first place. I don’t think they did anything wrong.

    • Rafael says:

      Good that I’m not running it, I aways wait for official / final things. :)

  6. Mark G says:

    This is quite a recent build. Look at the digital signature…

    ‎18 ‎December ‎2009 09:23:32

  7. Mark G says:

    Another “gem”. In the addressbar dropdown that shows history, you can delete individual items.

  8. bingo007 says:

    the skin is worse…they should have kept the menu bar in its place.

  9. werwolf says:

    Would be a big problem to replace the gig by a jpg screenshot? I would say this may take 1 minute!

    • The problem is that I already configured Opera a bit, anyway, added one more png picture. Also, replaced that small .gif with modified one :-)

      Since new release is coming tomorrow, will post them in png.

  10. werwolf says:

    Thanks, your setup looks nice :)

  11. Dresandreal Sprinklehorn says:

    I liked 10.20 better

  12. Marcus says:

    Opera fanboy purdi is a real dickhead btw, but well, i guess everyone knows it :D

  13. thing says:

    Check out the campaign of the new browser!

    http://jela.hu/?p=762

    :-)

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