Opera --> New Stable Version Released!

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    Lol, the security update for XP and Vista users is highly overrated. Normal older software versions that are still bug and security fix supported get updates at the same time as the new versions or a little later. This is 3 months later and only contains the security fixes from an old insecure version..
     
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    Opera server breach incident
    August 26, 2016
    https://www.opera.com/blogs/security/2016/08/opera-server-breach-incident/

     
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    Yup. Install the Google Chrome extension on the Opera extensions site to allow you to browse and install extensions from the Google Chrome Web Store in Opera.
     
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    39.0.2256.71- 2016-09-06 – blog post
     
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    Yes but not completely. It should be vastly improved now. Something like PortableApps have been doing.
     
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    Not completely? What is it lacking?
     
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    You don't get me in to details. :) I heard it from sources close to the Polish branch office. You will have to wait for further information from Opera.
     
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    You are welcome! :thumb:
     
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    so how is this working out? For Windows x64 machines it is up to v40.0.2296.0. Thank you!
    ps this is in reference to developer edition and its' VPN. The "Similar Threads" thing took me to the Sandboxing forum but my question landed here!
     
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    Opera 40 stable has been released. It brings a lot of new features and improvements.
    Blog post.
     
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    Wow, free VPN without signing up for an account. It is built in and all you have to do is turn it on.

    A salvo has just been fired across the bow of other browsers.
     
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    hi
    thanks

    but the vpn is inside in the new opera ,isn't it?
    opera doesn't change the operation system
    thanks
     
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    Its only proxy servers in the new opera build. not a full vpn. its important to know.
     
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    hi @NWOAbschaum
    thanks a lot , they say it's a vpn but it's really important it's only a proxy server!
     
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    I'm sure that you have proof? Facts and evidence to back up that claim?

    You do know that Opera is using SurfEasy, right?
     
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