Version 11.0.1 of Opera Software’s eponymous Web browser has been released, and with it come a number of (repeat after me) “security and stability enhancements.” Unlike certain other developers that use this by-now well-worn phrase, Opera actually provides a list of these enhancements. None of them are particularly exciting—the top featured item in the release notes is the implementation of “Support for window.DOMStringList object of the W3C DOM3 DOMStringList Interface”—but if you have experienced certain specific issues with Opera, you might find that they have been addressed in this release. (Free, 13.2 MB)
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