Opera Software, known for its popular mobile browser announced today that its desktop web browser will receive extension support in the up and coming version, Opera 11.
At the Up North Web press conference today, situated in Opera’s hometown of Oslo, Norway, Lars Boilesen, CEO of Opera announced new ideas which he believes will be the “future of the web”.
Opera’s desktop browser currently has 2% market share, and many people are bound to question whether they are “too late” but in reality the browser wars are far from over.
Opera 11 updates will be posted on their website. The company is currently developing v10.70 which will later merged to create the Opera 11 alpha. According to German News Site heise.de, the first alpha release will be as early as next week.
To view the press conference in full, including more new ideas that were announced here.
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