Archives For Opera


Opera browser 38 was released earlier today with new power-saving mode, which offers up to 50 longer battery life and avoids overheating.

By reducing background tabs activity and frame rate, using hardware accelerated video codecs in video-playback, pausing themes’ animations, auto-pausing unused plugins, including ad blocker, the new power-saving mode increases as much as 50% battery life comparing to other browser, and keeps your laptop over 3 degrees °C cooler.


This feature can be easily enabled from the top-right corner in Opera browser window.

Opera 38

There’s also some other features added in Opera 38:

  • add your own lists in add blocker
  • add your own photo as theme
  • extension button visible in the Speed Dial side panel
  • Speed Dial improvements.

To get the latest Opera for Linux, go to:

Download Opera for Linux

Opera web browser

Opera web browser for computers has reached version 35, the first stable release for 2016, which features mute tabs, refreshed downloads page, new basic section in setting page, and 32-bit DEB/RPM for Linux users.

Opera 35 lets you mute the sound from a website easily via an option from the tab’s context menu. There’s also an option to mute all other tabs.

mute tab option

The download page has been redesigned. There are quick links in left pane for most used file formats: documents, PDFs, images, music, videos, archives and others.

refreshed downloads

The settings page brings a new basic section with simple settings for start-up behavior, downloads, bookmarks bar, themes, and cookies.

basic settings

And finally Opera Team made 32-bit DEB and RPM binaries for Linux users, available for download at the link below:

Download Opera for Linux


The 31 release of Opera web browser has been announced today with big improvement on its start up time.

According to the release note, Opera for desktops now starts up to 70% faster in comparison to previous versions, which is especially important and helpful for devices with slower, traditional hard drives.

Opera 31 also has redesigned pages so everything looks nice and modern.

Opera Browser 31

How to install/upgrade to Opera 31:

If you have a previous version installed on your system and agreed to add Opera for Linux repository when you were installing the browser, just run Software Updater to upgrade Opera to the latest.

old opera upgrade picture

old opera upgrade picture

Or you can directly download the .deb installer from its Linux download page:

Download Opera for Linux

Opera Browser for Linux

The latest stable Opera browser for Linux has reached the 28 release. The new release features bookmark synchronization on all devices.

Opera team recently announced the bookmark syncing feature by releasing the Opera Stable 28, which is available on Opera for computers, Opera Mini for iOS and Opera for Android. To use this feature, you need an Opera Account and login from either Setting page or the little figure icon.

Opera Bookmark Sync

In addition, Opera 28 also brings:

  • a better integration with Mac OS, as “vibrancy” of the address field and improved Mac fullscreen mode have been added
  • a bundled themes selection has been updated
  • For more, see the changelog.

Install / Upgrade Opera in Ubuntu:

If you have an previous Opera release installed, the Opera Stable Repository should be added on your system. (Go to Software & Updates -> Other Software tab, and check it out)

Opera Linux repository

Then you can upgrade Opera through Software Updater after checking for updates.


Or you can download Opera browser directly from its Linux download page.

Opera Browser for Linux

Opera 27 for Linux has been announced today as its first stable release in 2015. The new release brings back the Tab preview feature and improves the navigation between Speed Dial, bookmarks and the Discover feature.

Now when you click to expand the tab menu (or press Ctrl+M on keyboard) and move the cursor over the tab names, you will also see the tab previews.

Opera Tab Preview

In addition, the navigation between Speed Dial, bookmarks and the Discover feature in Opera 27 has been moved to the bottom of the browser window so that you have more space at the top, and you can use the background of your choice without the previous fade-out effect.

Opera navigation bar

For more details, see the changelog.

How to Install or Upgrade Opera in Ubuntu:

If you have a previous release installed on your system, you should be able to upgrade to Opera 27 by installing the updates through “Software Updater” utility.

Or you can download the Opera for Linux at the link below:

Open for Linux Download Page

The downloaded package should be ‘open-stable_xx.xx_i386/amd64.deb’. Just click to open the package with Ubuntu Software Center and click install it in your system.