Opera 12.10 beta version released

Opera 12.10 beta version releasedNorway-based browser maker Opera Software has recently released the Opera 12.10 beta version, which has - as per the company's claims - been designed for giving the Opera browser a notably improved look on all high-resolution displays, including the Retina Displays of the Mac.

According to Opera Software, the 12.10 beta version - which was dubbed version 12.50 in previous test stages - boasts the addition of Google's SPDY and the Web Socket standard and other supporting technologies, with the key objective of ensuring speedier Web communications.

While the incorporation of Google's SPDY will essentially facilitate the Opera users in ensuring quicker loading of Web pages, as it encrypts and compresses HTTP requests, responses, and other data; the inclusion of the Web Socket communications technology will pave the way for fast links between Web browsers and Web servers.

Furthermore, the new Opera 12.10 beta version also supports some other notable features like page visibility interface; ICC v4 color profiles; CSS styling effects, some of them with Webkit prefix support.

On of the other significant features of the new Opera beta is that it boasts integration with Microsoft's Windows software as well as Apple's OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion.

The Microsoft and Apple OS integration in the new beta an indication of Opera Software's efforts towards retaining the relevance of its browser in the highly-competitive browser arena, especially after Opera's mobile-market share has been hit by the increasing usage of Apple and Google browsers.

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