Opera 10.1 came with bunch of new stuff no other browsers has ever seen. Here comes the next version from the company that “thinks Different” over the competitors.
Opera 10.5 Official Alpha release (link at the bottom) is scheduled for 22nd December and here we are with the leaked pre-alpha. Is here
3. Full Windows 7 Integration
Opera 10.5 takes full advantage of Windows 7’s Superbar. By default, the jump list displays your Speed Dial pages. What’s more is that you can pin pages as well, though right now it only works with Speed Dial items — so pinning isn’t all that useful just yet.
Per-tab thumbnails, on the other hand, work beautifully.
4. Per-tab private browsing: It’s pretty similar to what we’ve seen with other browsers: browsing and download history are not saved. Everything which happened in the tab is forgotten about as soon as you close it. One big plus is that you don’t need to open an additional window, making Opera’s implementation just a little bit more inconspicuous.