Linux News Today: Opera 36.0.2079.0 Dev Is the Last Release of the Web Browser for 2015
Opera Software, through Kornelia Mielczarczyk, announced today, December 17, the immediate availability for download and testing of the last release of the Opera web browser in 2015.
Now that Opera 35 has been promoted to the Beta channel, the developer channel of the cross-platform and proprietary Opera web browser was updated today to version 36.0.2079.0 for all supported operating systems, including GNU/Linux, Mac OS X, and Microsoft Windows.
The new Opera developer version fixes multiple issues that have been reported by users since the previous development version, mostly crashes in the web browser’s core components, and adds various minor improvements in several areas of interest.
Moreover, the Opera developers managed to add some user-requested changes to the sync button, such as the ability for it to appear when it is needed, along with new rules that have been laid down in the release announcement.
“This is the last developer release – and the last release in general – we’ve got for you this year, and so, maybe it’s time for a short summary for 2015,” said Kornelia Mielczarczyk, Product Tester at Opera Software.
Speed Dial adjustment changes coming in 2016
Opera devs have some big plans for 2016, as they have announced today that the next Opera developer update will get some Speed Dial adjustment changes. Of course, there will be more awesome new features besides this, so make sure that you always check our website for the latest Opera news.
In the end of the announcement, Opera Software wishes everybody a Happy New Year, but users have two more weeks until the end of the year to take the latest developer build of the Opera web browser for a test drive, which they can download for GNU/Linux, Mac OS X, and Microsoft Windows operating systems from Softpedia.