Opera 12.11 Build 1661

A full-featured Internet browser, Opera includes pop-up blocking, tabbed browsing, integrated searches, and advanced functions like Opera's groundbreaking E-mail program, RSS Newsfeeds and IRC chat. And because we know that our users have different needs, you can customize the look and content of your Opera browser with a few clicks of the mouse.

  • Speed Dial: Your favorite sites are just one click away at all times.
  • Search Shortcuts: Faster search - type your queries directly into the address bar.
  • Trash Can: Instantly reopen recently closed tabs.
  • Mouse Gestures: With Opera you can navigate the Web with your mouse.
  • Opera Link: Synchronize data of your choice online, or among different computers and devices.
  • Quick Find: Opera remembers not only the titles and addresses, but also the actual content of the Web pages you visit.
  • Feed Preview: Preview a Feed by clicking on the feed icon, and you will see it in clean and efficient multiple-column layout.
  • Quick and customizable Web search: Get quick access to Google, eBay, Amazon and more with the search field in the upper right corner.

New Features and important notes:
Added basic touch support for Opera in Windows 8 Classic, so you will be able to scroll, zoom and browse pages and elements easily. As an extra bonus, touch support also works on Windows 7. Mac users will enjoy using the new capabilities of OSX Mountain Lion with Opera. You are now able to use Mountain Lion's built-in share function, using the new Share button in Opera’s address bar, as well as seeing Opera notifications in the Notifications Center. Improved support for all high-resolution displays, including Apple's new Retina Displays is included in this release. Check out the full release notes to find out more.

Download: Opera 12.11 for Windows |  12.2 MB (Freeware)
Download: Opera 12.11for Windows 64-bit |  13.4 MB (Freeware)
View: Opera  Website | Release Notes

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another opera version released..

looks like Opera also follow Chrome and Firefox's "rapid release" strategy...

lomas said,
another opera version released..

looks like Opera also follow Chrome and Firefox's "rapid release" strategy...

Not even close to those worthless browsers release strategy! Thank goodness!!

I use 3 browsers, none of which is my "go to" browser. I just use which ever one I feel like opening up. My 3 are Opera, Seamonkey and IE9. Depending on machine I'm on, would matter if I was using 32bit or 64bit browsers. Have 4 machines of each.

Had IE10 installed on a few machines, but between it crashing (once, and that's all it takes for me) and some unknown dllhost.exe that no one has answered my 3 day old question on here about, I uninstalled it.

I still think Opera is the fastest, most secure browser, out of the box though.

lomas said,
another opera version released..

looks like Opera also follow Chrome and Firefox's "rapid release" strategy...


Well, if it's 0.01 number more... means fixes and stabilities improvements.... So why not?

lomas said,
another opera version released..

looks like Opera also follow Chrome and Firefox's "rapid release" strategy...

Not even close, This release was a security and bug fixing release.

i use four browsers. opera 64-bit is by far my go to browser out of the three for 90% of my internet browsing. pale moon 64-bit is my 2nd. srware iron is my 3rd. ie10 64-bit is my last.

i would use srware iron more if it comes in 64-bit unfortunately due to some webkit restricting it to 32-bit forever. curse you google!

victorecho said,
i use four browsers. opera 64-bit is by far my go to browser out of the three for 90% of my internet browsing. pale moon 64-bit is my 2nd. srware iron is my 3rd. ie10 64-bit is my last.

i would use srware iron more if it comes in 64-bit unfortunately due to some webkit restricting it to 32-bit forever. curse you google!


I second you on the first two!