Opera 9.5 Released

Opera Software has announced the public availability of Opera 9.5. Opera is a cross-platform Web browser with the reputation for being extremely fast. The new release comes with a lot of new features and usability enhancements.

Opera 9.5 sports a new browser engine that is said to be twice as fast as the last stable version in rendering Javascript and HTML. It also has a speedier start up time, and excellent support for Web standards. For a detailed list of the new features and feature enhancements of this latest release, follow this link.

We don’t think that Opera 9.5 has made it to your distro’s repository at this time, but, binaries are available from the Linux download page for the following distros:

  • Debian
  • Fedora
  • Gentoo
  • Mandriva
  • Mepis
  • Redhat
  • Skolelinux
  • SUSE
  • Ubuntu

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