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Opera 11

If neither Safari nor Chrome nor Firefox tickle your Web browsing fancy, there’s always Opera 11, the latest version of the other, other, other browser. The address field is revamped, in an aim to “hide the complexity of long Web addresses.” A new auto-update feature ensures that your extensions and Opera Unite applications remain current. The Personal bar is gone, and in its place is the new Opera Bookmarks bar. Opera now supports extensions—which, like Safari’s, are based on HTML5, CSS, and JavaScript. Plug-ins (like Flash) now only load when you click on them, the Presto rendering engine is updated, the Mail panel has undergone many improvements, and many other changes round out the release. (Free, 13.2 MB)

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