Opera Browser Puts Out Linux Updates For The Holidays
Written by Michael Larabel in Proprietary Software on 19 December 2014 at 10:55 AM EST. 7 Comments
PROPRIETARY SOFTWARE --
There are stable, beta, and developer updates out this week for the Linux / OS X / Windows versions of the Opera web-browser.

Released on Wednesday was a Opera 26 stable update that brought crash fixes and other improvements.

Being released today was a new Opera 27 beta. The Opera team admits this 27 beta isn't a very big update but has various bug-fixes and stability improvements.

Most exciting perhaps is today's Opera developer 28 update. The Opera developer version is at 28 and includes major updates to Chromium (based on Chromium 41) and ships with more than 150 fixes and improvements.

All the Opera updates this week are accompanied by new Linux binaries.
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