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Opera 11 Released With Tab Stacking

Dec 20, 2010, 15:34 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Opera Software is out with a new release of its namesake browser for Windows, Mac and Linux computers. Opera 11 includes new features aimed at improving usability, extensibility and security.

"The new Opera 11 release comes as rival browser makers include Microsoft Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Apple Safari and Mozilla Firefox, continue to push forward the limits of browser technologies.

"Among the key new features in Opera 11 is something called tab stacking. With tab stacking, Opera users can manipulate and organize their tabs by dragging one tab on top of another, creating a stack. Opera is not alone in attempting to improve tab usability and organization. Rival browser Mozilla Firefox 4 is set to include its own tab organization feature, originally called Tab Candy and now known as Panorama."

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