Opera launches latest version of its browser based on Chromium
Opera released a new version of its browser based on Chromium for Mac and PC users. The new version 15.0 came out of beta today and comes with a redesign that leaves practically clean the top of the window, as well as some adjustments to the Quick Access (Speed â€‹â€‹Dial) now offers functionality similar to Evernote or Pocket.
Of the three aggregates, the first has to do with the search. Opera 15 allows searching directly from the URL field allowing you to select search engines like Google, Bing, Yahoo, Amazon or Wikipedia. It also has integrated Google bar much more visible in the Quick Access area.
With respect to this section, you add two sections: Rack and Discover. The first catch your favorite sites in a similar way to Evernote. Just click on the heart icon which is located next to the address bar to save the page in which you are, then you can check it on the shelf section.
Discover news section is presented as mosaics. On the left is a bar called Top Stories menu that lets you select topics such as technology, arts, sports, entertainment and more. As extra information, this section also offers choose the country for more local information.
Finally, the Quick Access section provides the ability to create folders to organize mosaics. The operation is similar to phones or tablets which simply drag a tile on top of another to create the desired folder.
At first glance feels fast, but lack testing it with the 10 or more tabs you keep open all the time to see how much memory is consumed.
Link: Opera Browser (Opera)Tags: Browsers, Navegadores, Opera, Opera 15, Opera Next 15