Opera 10.10 launched with Opera Unite

Nov 23, 2009

Opera today released Opera 10.10 web browser with Opera Unite, a powerful technology platform allowing you to share content directly with friends without having to upload anything to a Web site. In other words, the new Opera is a Web browser with an in-built Web server. Fan of Opera? Get Opera 10.10 today.

Opera 10.10 With the help of Opera Unite you can stream music, show photo galleries, share files and folders or even host your own Web pages directly from your browser. Opera Unite is available as a standard feature in Opera 10.10, available free from www.opera.com. By wrapping both a Web browser and a Web server into one package, Opera Unite challenges the conventional, semi-private methods of sharing the content that really matters to people everywhere.

"We promised Opera Unite would reinvent the Web," said Jon von Tetzchner, CEO, Opera. "What we are really doing is reinventing how we as consumers interact with the Web. By giving our devices the ability to serve content, we become equal citizens on the Web. In an age where we have ceded control of our personal data to third-parties, Opera Unite gives us the freedom to choose how we will share the data that belongs to us."

Other features of Opera 10.10 includes:

  • Opera Turbo: Boost your speed with our powerful servers to compress Web pages, so you get them faster.
  • Visual tabs : Drag the handle underneath the tabs to reveal thumbnails of your open Web pages.
  • Customizable Speed Dial : Get easy access to your favorite sites every time you open a new tab. Choose the layout and the background you prefer.
  • Opera Link : Synchronize your Speed Dial, bookmarks, notes and other useful data.
  • Security bar : Opera displays security information inside the address bar. By clicking on the yellow security bar, you get access to more information about the validity of the certificate.

For more information and to download Opera 10.10, visit:


One Response to “Opera 10.10 launched with Opera Unite”

  1. Abhigyan on 27th Nov, 09 07:11am #

    In a browser market that’s increasingly being dominated by Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome, Opera really needs to get it’s act together to make some more inroads. Turbo is definitely one feature that works in Opera’s favour as none of the other browsers support anything like it. In places where connectivity is patchy, Opera Turbo comes to the rescue every time.

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