Opera 10.52 is officially released - The Fastest Browser on Earth

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  1. nanana1

    nanana1 Frequent Poster

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    Your wait is over....This is the final version release for Windows and Mac that many have been anticipating with many bug-fixes, stability and security fixes.

    It is what Opera version 10.5 release should have been when it was first released and is a strongly recommended update due to the security fixes.:D

    You can download it here... http://www.opera.com/browser/download/ *puppy*

    Highlighted bug fixes since Opera 10.51
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    Fixed a crash on closing tab with PDF plugin
    Fixed issues with pages never stop loading
    Fixed issues with caching
    Fixed an issue with opening email attachments
    Fixed an issue with access to Unite administration pages
    Fixed a crash with various third-party apps on Facebook
    Fixed an issue were mails could be lost when upgrading from Opera 9.27

    Complete Windows changelog here -----> http://www.opera.com/docs/changelogs/windows/1052/
    Complete Mac changelog here -----> http://www.opera.com/docs/changelogs/mac/1052/

    Enjoy Opera, the fastest browser on earth ! :p
     
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  2. Eice

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    Still no Linux beta in sight, bah...
     
  3. zfactor

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    your first link still goes to the older 10.51 version. second one is fine
     
  4. zfactor

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    so the final is 3370? i installed over top of the rc5 and it says version 3370?? 3370 was the same as rc5??
     
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  5. linuxforall

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    The last alpha works quite good here, no crashes at all so give it a spin.
     
  6. Eice

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    I think I'll pass until Opera themselves, at least, report no known issues for the Linux version. 10.50 final for Windows was... iffy at best, and if Opera thinks that's what a final should look like I'd rather not bother with alphas just yet.

    Downloading the Windows version, will give it a whirl in Win7 later.
     
  7. acuariano

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    not yet on their main page
     
  8. Creer

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    Just installed, works very well here :)
    Thanks for the heads up.
     
  9. lubieplacki

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    I dont see polish version. But after instalation in previous folder i have polish language.
     
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  10. acuariano

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    something happened,is not out yet on the official page.
     
  11. ronjor

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    It appears we are getting ahead of ourselves here. I would wait for the official announcement of the release.

    My apologies.
     
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    I'll wait for the update to 10.52 on the offical page thank you all the same.
     
  13. nanana1

    nanana1 Frequent Poster

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    Opera website is now updated with Opera 10.52 final version release which is the same as what I've posted here earlier.:p
     
  14. acuariano

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    yeap is on now on the official page.
    question: does opera have something like better privacy for firefox?
     
  15. nanana1

    nanana1 Frequent Poster

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    No, there isn't.

    You should continue with FF if the BetterPrivacy add-on is important for you.:cool:
     
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    so yeah it looks like they made the rc5 the final its the same build number..
     
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    That's correct, RC5=Build 3370=Opera10.52Final.:D

    It's expected as we've test RC5 which is as good as it can get to being 10.52 final version.:cool:
     
  18. brainrb1

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    Thanks.. just updated from Opera 10.51. Great going so far and feels lite too.
     
  19. lubieplacki

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    Have lot of problems with this version, 10.51 was better. In this version i have problems with program stability, when i have opened a 3-5 tabs ( one with youtube and one with wykop.pl( lots of comments in this site) ) the Opera can slow down my pc, and i have lot of freezes. In 10.51 i dont have problems like that. I like Opera, but this freezes are iritating.
     
  20. acuariano

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    is really fast...but when i clean disk in your uninstaller program i found thousands of opera .tmp files..wonder why.
    i only surfedd 20 minutes.
    hope one day they only release the browser without mail,etc.
     
  21. linuxforall

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    If you don't enable mail, browser runs without that component enabled. As for you temp files, thats quite surprising, it could be left over from your previous Opera installations.
     
  22. nanana1

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    That's weird, Opera 10.52 is working very well here with no freezes at all.:D
     
  23. Carver

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    I get that too a specially at night I just put it down to my ISP geting congested and routing problems. I think it is something about Opera It just doesn't seem it get along with my ISP at times. All traffic goes through Level 3 and it is always overbooked, I found out abought Level three when I was with the ISP Earthlink and I was on Dialup at the time. Everthing went great with Opera before Level 3 came into the picture :cautious:
     
  24. linuxforall

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    Try reducing the number of networking connections Opera makes by default, older Opera was limited to 8 and 32, newer one goes to 16 and 64 by default.
     
  25. 3x0gR13N

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    Haven't used opera since v8.xx, got almost all configured however cant figure out how to change tab behavior when opening bookmarks from the bookmarks menu.

    In FF, middle click opens the bookmark in a new tab, in Opera Shift+click opens it in a new tab but I want to change that to something which doesn't require keyboard input (or me opening a new tab manually and then opening the bookmark), and without changing the behavior with page links and personal bar bookmarks... Any help appreciated :p
     
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