Opera has been updated to new version Opera 12.10. This time Opera has been pushed with lots of new features and web standard support. You can download Opera not only for Windows but for Linux and Mac too and that’s even free.
What’s new in this version are:
SPDY: Support for the SPDY (“Speedy”) network standard is included in Opera 12.10. SPDY was designed to cut down the time it takes for a webpage to load, while reducing some of the security risks posed by HTTP.
CSS3 Gradients, Transitions, Animations, and Transforms: All members of these specifications are now available without the -o- prefix and have been updated to the latest published versions.
CSS Site Compatibility: To improve site compatibility and interoperability, Opera 12.10 also introduces aliasing for a selection of vendor-prefixed CSS properties.
FullscreenAPI: Fullscreen API support has been implemented and fully supports Draft 7 of the Fullscreen API specificationPage Visibility APIBasic support for the Page Visibility API specification has been added, including support for visible and hidden
WebSockets: Support for WebSockets has been updated in Opera 12.10 and is now enabled by default.
ICCProfiles: International Color Consortium profile support has been added, ensuring images look as the author intended
There are lots of fixes and stability enhancements in Opera 12.0.2 as:
Several general fixes and stability improvements
Resolved an issue with Speed Dial thumbnails when automatic scaling is enabled
The Windows 32-bit version has been reverted to in-process plugins while stability issues stemming from the out-of-process plugin system are investigated and resolved (for Windows-only)
Fixed an issue where truncated dialogs may be used to trick users (Security Fix)