Opera 25 Beta Has Bookmarks & Linux Support
Written by Michael Larabel in Proprietary Software on 15 September 2014 at 09:14 AM EDT. Add A Comment
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Following the recent Opera 25 development release for Linux users of the Blink-powered web browser, the Opera 25 Beta is now available with an updated Linux build.

With the Opera Beta 25, Linux is now supported within the beta channel for Opera Desktop. This support in the beta channel signifies the Linux build reaching a quality that Opera Software ASA is happy with that they expect from their products.

Aside from the Linux support, found in the Opera 25 Beta is also the new bookmarks support that's very graphically driven, an improved start page, integrated PDF viewing support, web notifications support, support for H.264 and MP3 content, and other changes.

More details on the Opera 25 Beta can be found via the Opera blog.
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