Opera 12.50 Ditches The Out Of Process Plugins

By | September 4, 2012

Opera 12.50 Ditches The Out Of Process PluginsAfter announcing that the final build of the Opera 12.02 web browser will disable the out of process plugins by default, it looks like folks from Norway decided to implement the very same “feature” for the 12.50 builds too.

According to the recent blog post, the latest Opera pre-alpha snapshot does just that and while it remains to be seen whether or not the final build of Opera 12.50 will still have OOPP disabled, one of the developers said, “It will be re-enabled when it is of sufficient quality disregarding version.”

Food for thought.

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  1. Cqoicebordel says:

    Only for Windows 32 bit. 64 bit, Mac OS and Linux keep their OOPP

  2. Raidoo Atb says:

    the magic word would be ” FOR NOW” ! they find it not ready yet ! and lot buggy !

    • Shane Bundy says:

      That’s two words. :-p

      • Raidoo Atb says:

        LOL, you’re right ! it’s just the right expression to say in that situation i think.. I can’t come out with better one ! sorry :p

        • Shane Bundy says:

          I’m no Grammar Nazi but I get what you mean. :-)
          I do think Opera hasn’t had the best starts with v12 and I’m not even sure if it will improve. Opera was one of my favourites because it was small and light but now it’s everything but that.
          My money’s on Maxthon but there hasn’t been an update in nearly 3 weeks. I think I know why. ;-)

  3. Guest says:

    Any new features in this version apart from the reverting the changes ?

  4. DoIneedaname? says:

    For some reason my oppp is multi threaded (playing adobe flash videos 4 cores been used)by OPPP, apart from that I do not mind it been removed from Opera.

  5. Guest says:

    >Still using Facebook browser