Opera 10.60 Alpha

By | May 31, 2010

Opera 10.60 Alpha
Today, Opera Software has released an alpha version of Opera 10.60 web browser. Promising final release sometime in summer, not only they managed to improve browser stability but also increase its performance and add a couple of new features.

What’s new?
Windows, Mac and Linux sync
Linux/FreeBSD versions
JavaScript rendering engine is 50-75% faster than in Opera 10.50
Speed Dial has wide-screen preview thumbnails that fit better and are easier to see
The upgraded Opera Menu is easier to find and use
Refined Visual tab previews
Numerous stability and security improvements



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Vygantas is a former web designer whose projects are used by companies such as AMD, NVIDIA and departed Westood Studios. Being passionate about software, Vygantas began his journalism career back in 2007 when he founded FavBrowser.com. Having said that, he is also an adrenaline junkie who enjoys good books, fitness activities and Forex trading.

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  1. Browser Fuchs | May 31, 2010
  1. Mark says:

    WOW.  20% faster than the latest Chrome nightly, 35% faster than Chrome released..
    That’s REALLY impressive, Opera kills everything else in performance, features AND standards compliance.

    • nvm says:

      20% faster than Chrome? I doubt that. If anything, they are just about even. But I’m sure the Chrome guys have more performance stuff up their sleeves.

      • Daniel Hendrycks says:

        You were saying that about Chrome 5 too. I am pretty sure the developers of Opera have more up their sleeve too if Chrome gets ahead.

  2. yamin says:

    but why I don’t feel that opera fast than chrome in 10.50 until 10.60 alpha ??

  3. Dels says:

    benchmark and real world testing should be different depending your internet connection speed and condition, in my experience i can load gmail, facebook and google wave much faster on Opera than Chrome

  4. RamaSubbu SK says:

    Wow!! Opera rocks, I hope the Opera users will increase on PC.

  5. For me Chrome was (current release) was little bit faster on Linux. However during Peacekeeper test I’ve had 20+ tabs opened in Opera, when in Chrome only one :P

  6. Duke Phillips says:

    Does anyone know how to make Firefox’s addressbar behave like Opera’s used to? You know: one word – go to url, multiple words – search

    • max1c says:

      oo i know i know!!!
      install opera!

      • Duke Phillips says:

        Post- 10.5 Opera doesn’t do this anymore. I’m still using 10.1, but already sites like Youtube are breaking in it.
        Opera is aware of the problem and the number of people complaining, but still won’t give us the option to change it back.