Opera 31 Beta Released

By | June 16, 2015

Opera 31 Beta ReleasedGrab it now.

After Opera 30 was recently released to the stable channel, here comes the next contender: Opera 31 Beta, which aims to refine rather than to change the overall browsing experience.

As a result, Opera 31 features a lot of under the hood changes, with the promise to speed up web browser on slower computers (and hard drives). For example: the multiple reads and writes of the same data during web browser start have been eliminated, improving both speed and efficiency. In addition to that, guys at Opera Software have implemented a DLL preloading technique, which too should reduce the time it takes to access the hard drive.

As far as other changes go, the Discovery feature has been tweaked and now lists categories on the left, also, those using Opera Sync will be happy to know that it now also synchs typed in history.

Opera 31 Beta

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