Opera has released version 72 of its web browser of the same name. Opera uses the Blink engine. This is part of Chromium, which is also used by Google Chrome, among others. Opera is available for Windows, Linux, and macOS. There are also versions for Android and iOS. In version 72, improvements have been made to the search functionality. The release notes for this release can be found below.
Opera 72 update
Today, we’re happy to inform you that we’re releasing the Opera 72 update. What’s new?
The main improvement this time around is in the Search Tabs feature. It’s now much easier to go through the search results and find the tab you want, since the results are sorted by relevance. Content matches are sorted by the number of keyword matches in the content, highest number first.
In the search results, tabs are sorted in this order:
Although this build is based on an older chromium version (86.0.4240.80), it includes an important security fix for CVE-2020-15999.
See all the changes in here.
|Operating systems||Windows 7, Linux, macOS, Windows 8, Windows 10|