Opera releases Opera 11 Beta

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Opera has released the first public beta of Opera 11 desktop browser. The Opera 11 adds some nifty features like the new Tab Stacking that allows users to stack multiple tabs, grouping them into one. Opera has also added Visual Mouse Gestures that gives you a visual feedback of a particular mouse gesture and extension support.

Users can download the beta for Windows, Linux or Mac from the link below.

Download Page

[Via My Opera]

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  1. says

    Tab stacking concept is something fresh. Obviously one immediately starts to compare this idea to FF Panorama. In my opinion Tab Stacking is definitely more intuitive and easier to use. By easier to use I mean that it can be accessed fast without switching to different interface, and without to much fuzz. I really like it.

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