New Opera beta 42
l33t4opera last edited by
New update - Opera beta 42.0.2393.65
"Today we’ve got beta update for you. Most important fix is Speed Dial extensions content drawn again.
Some more fixes are listed here:
– Translations are integrated.
– Moving elements in bookmarks bar does not crash Opera anymore.
– Suggestions are not displayed twice anymore.
– Close button was moved to the left on video pop-out window (OS X)."
The Chromium has been updated to version 55.0.2883.44.
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rastamonk last edited by
Version: 42.0.2393.65 64bit Windows 10 Pro (Anniversary)
Since this latest update Opera beta seems to use a lot more resources.
I am kind of new to providing feedback. Is there anything in particular I should add w it? Such as screen shots or the like?
l33t4opera last edited by
New update - Opera beta 42.0.2393.78
"Today’s release is our Stable candidate, and as such should only deliver Stable quality, as well as some fixes, e.g. net-installer fixes for Windows XP.
Chromium was updated to version 55.0.2883.75.
Please check it out, and let us know if any issues happen!"
basslh last edited by
I'm using Opera Beta (Ubuntu 64-bits), and installed the 42.0.2393.78 update today. The browser is working but I've lost all my saved passwords!
I am connected to my Opera account with sync enabled but still no passwords... Did I do something wrong?
Thanks in advance,
l33t4opera last edited by
The Opera 42.0.2393.85 has been promoted to the stable channel
"This year, we celebrate 20 years of making a browser. 2016 has been a big year for Opera, one in which we have been able to make the browser a lot better. There is no better way to complete such an amazing year, than bringing you a new version with a very special number. Opera 42 debuts today with some new gifts.
Built-in currency converter
Opera is now the first of the major browsers to add a built-in currency converter. It makes it easy to check what items cost, and is ready to improve the way people shop online.
Cross-border e-commerce is booming all around the world. According to research, within four years 45% of online shoppers worldwide will purchase products from foreign online stores. There are many countries in which more than 50% of people do it already.
With these trends, the use of the online currency converters has become one of the most common needs – and greatest sources of frustration – when looking for products, as until now, no other browser has offered a built-in currency converter. Today, Opera becomes the first to offer this smart solution.
To use the currency converter, simply select the price you want to convert on the page, and Opera will automatically show it in your local currency. You can also change your output currency in the browser settings. Opera 42 supports conversion in 32 currencies, based on daily values from the European Central Bank.
Even smarter and faster startup
Opera’s faster startup mechanism works even better in Opera 42. We now take into account, which tabs were most recently used before you quit Opera, instead of relying on the order of tabs to determine which ones to load on startup.
Easy to add news feeds from the websites
Opera’s personal newsreader has been given a fresh, new look, and now offers easier way to discover feeds. If a page publishes a web feed, a little newspaper icon will appear in the address bar. Simply click it, and then select one to open. If you find it interesting, you can always add it to your existing sources. We want to keep the address bar as clean as possible, so this feature is disabled by default. To enable it, go to Settings (Preferences) > Browser > Personal news > Show available news feeds on address bar, and check the checkbox.
Once you have your favorite sources configured, you can get a notification whenever new content is published. A blue dot will appear over the newspaper icon to let you know.
The network installer for Opera 64-bit
Update: For some Windows 10 users the conversion process of 32 to 64-bits has led to removing Opera from the list of available browsers to set as system default. In order to fix this issue we temporarily stopped serving 64-bits for Windows, till the proper fix is provided.
The new version comes with the network installer for 64-bit builds, which installs the best option for you. In other words, it detects the architecture it’s run on, and installs either Opera 64-bit, or Opera 32-bit. Moreover, it’s able to upgrade (not to be confused with auto-update) from 32-bit to 64-bit. After the upgrade, the 32-bit version is removed from the system. Don’t worry, it will keep your profile, so you won’t lose any data, and the transition is smooth – you may not even notice it. For those who don’t like it, we left an option to prevent this change.
We have checked the difference in the memory usage for Opera x64 vs.
Opera x86 (32-bit).
The resolution 1920 x 1080 was used for this test, with maximized window, no extensions and 10 open tabs.*
Download Opera 42, and let us know what you think about the new features, and the progress we made this year."
vasyag19 last edited by
Hello, after updating Opera stable 42.0.2393.351, on the Opera forum page reload is eternal, only treated by cleaning cookies, and then not for long.
operasilver40 last edited by
Permanent reboot Opera Forum. Worth Opera Stable 42.0.2393.351. What to do ? Wait for the new version of Opera? Rollback version - does not help.