Scanner battles are continuing at full speed. Mozilla responded with the 51st version of Opera in its new encounter with Firefox, the 57th version of Quantum, which fired the wick. Opera is now 38% faster than Firefox.
Opera has begun to talk about its presence on the new frontier in the browser battles with the 51st version. The developers proved their superiority in testing on an HP Specter computer running Windows 10. The Opera 51, which is 38% faster than Firefox, seems quite ambitious.
What’s more, this new version protects our personal computers against a possible pirated money piracy. This protection prevents malicious hackers from mining using the processes in our systems.
Users can click once on the title of the tab when their visitors come towards the end of the page. At the same time, the mouse on a laptop with a new version of the touchscreen removes the need for a mouse.
Users can also go to the Settings tab and easily clean them with the option “Reset browser settings”. Clicking this option clears all unnecessary information and cookies except for bookmarks, internet history and recorded data.
Opera 51, which has significant stability improvements over previous versions and existing competitor browsers, allows users to open a separate window for the player watching the video.
Apart from these, with various visual changes, you can find here on Opera’s blog post which brings the browser experience to a much more effective level than the previous versions, and you can download the current versions by clicking here.