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Download Opera 11.10 (Barracuda) Final

Opera Software today released final version of Opera 11.10 code named Barracuda, which is a recommended upgrade offering new and improved features plus stability enhancements. This new version uses Presto 2.8 rendering engine with support for Google WebP image format, CSS and gradient and other enhancements.

Opera 11.10 (Barracuda) Features the followings:
  • Opera Barracuda features fresh Presto 2.8 rendering engine with support for WebP, CSS and gardient.
  • Opera Turbo loads sites even faster than its previous version on slower internet connections and offers better image quality.
  • Speed Dial has now modified and it is now possible to save unlimited number of dials.
  • It enables easy installation of plug-ins, for example, install the Flash plug-in if it is missing from the system.
Opera 11.10 for Windows changelog. Download Opera 11.10


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