Opera 10 Beta: Super Fast Speed on a Dial-up Connection!

Opera 10 Beta available to download. Out of all the new features, best ones are…

Opera Turbo

Ever felt a Web site was loading slowly? Do you think it will happen again? Think again: Opera Turbo is a compression technology that provides significant improvements in browsing speeds over limited-bandwidth connections like a crowded Wi-Fi in a cafe or browsing through your mobile phone while commuting. Opera compresses the data when Opera turbo is turned on.

Opera 10 Beta here actually combines the best features of Google Chrome(Clear, bright, Stunning Looks), Opera Mini(Java App /Browser)(Image & Data compression) and Flock(Mail Integration).

What makes Opera run faster than other ‘ordinary’ browsers on slow speed?

Opera like its mobile Java version , Opera Mini, compresses data packets and thus, reduces the quality of images. So, if you want to browse wallpapers, it’ll a bad choice to turn on Opera Turbo…!!

The All-new Opera 10 is based on the engine Opera Presto 2.2 makin’ it more faster, secure and reliable. Unlike Firefox, it won’t hang, leaving you stuck! It requires less memory(RAM) to run, hence it runs faster.

Now, these are the most useful points of the all-new browser from Opera–

  • Opera Turbo for fast browsing on slow connections.
  • New enhanced tabs and sleek design.
  • Completely Customizable looks, speed dial and everything!
  • Web Integration.
  • Data and Image compression which reduces the quality of images yet makes browsing upto 3x faster.

Click here to find out more about Opera 10.00 Beta version.

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Link: Opera 10.00 Beta

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[Editor’s Note: This post is submitted by our guest blogger Himanshu Kalra, alias TooYoungGeek. Like his alias suggests, Himanshu is a young, 14-year old Geek!

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Prateek June 11, 2009

Does this version of Opera supports HTML 5 too???

Rahul Bansal June 16, 2009

HTML5 support is there. 🙂

rahul June 11, 2009

I love opera…i guess Turbo will better than before.
What else you want fast net in slow connection and Intelligent Browser.
Opera has something thats why users still using it.

TooYoungGeek June 11, 2009

Yeah, but as I’m using it, and it is a beta version, there are some problems too. like it starts rejecting cookies and wont let you log in to any site when Turbo is turned on.

Simon June 17, 2009

Yeah, I’ve been using Op10 for a while but now it’s suddenly started rejecting Cookies that were fine before. I may go back to Firefox now that I’ve found the speed-up settings.

Simon June 17, 2009

Aha! Follow-up. Turned off Auto Turbo and it’s ok. Still a bit odd as that setting was ok.