From now on, you don’t have to try a test release of Opera while browsing. The developers just released the finished desktop version of the web browser that comes with the promised battery-saver option.
Depending on your machine and your habits, Opera promises up to 50 percent more battery life compared to other browsers like Google Chrome. Also, its data-compressing Opera Turbo feature, ad blocker along with other features help you browse faster than ever before.
Besides power saving, you can also do multitasking on the web now. Its visual bookmarks, customizable shortcuts and tab cycling help you keep on track and save time. Opera also comes with a video pop out a feature that helps you not to miss any of the action while surfing or working on other apps.
It’s now even easier to customize Opera. It features over 1000 extensions from which you can download your desired extension to get the best surfing experience. You can also bring life to its start page by using animated themes. By sign into your Opera account to sync browsing data, you can easily pick up where you left off- across all your devices. You can now experience safe and secure browsing as its private windows let you stay incognito online.
You can also customize your news feed by your choice and get the latest news straight from the start page. Last month the company released a developer version of the browser with the battery saving option. With the finished product, you will be more confident to browse longer