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Submission + - Opera 9.5 released today 1

Dan100 writes: Opera 9.5 has been released today after nearly two years of development. New features include increased speed (particularly in the Javascript engine), Opera Link (browser synchronisation), and a "sharp" new theme.

A full changelog from 9.27 is here.
Software

Submission + - Opera 9.5 Released (opera.com)

Khuffie writes: "After months of being in alpha and beta testing, Opera has released the final version of 9.5 just one day after releasing it's release candidate. The two obvious changes is a facelift and a new rendering engine. Opera now has a new default UI with a much sharper and more intuitive look, and it's new rendering engine vastly improve's it's speed and performance, especially on AJAX-heavy sites. Opera 9.5 can be downloaded for free."
The Internet

Submission + - Opera 9.5 is out

vleonty writes: From the Opera Website: Opera Software today released to the world the final public release of its flagship Web browser, Opera 9.5. Operas cross-device expertise, support for open Web standards and commitment to speed and performance culminate to create the most powerful Opera browser yet. Making its desktop debut in Opera 9.5, Opera Link blurs the boundaries between computers and mobile phones by enabling a seamless Web experience from device to device. Opera 9.5 for Windows, Mac and Linux systems is available free from www.opera.com.
Software

Submission + - Opera 9.5 final is released

sebt writes: After almost two years in development, and long alpha and beta test phases, Opera 9.5 has been released, for Windows, Linux and Mac. Amongst the major improvements are a revamped rendering engine, massive increases in performance, EV and malware security features, synchronisation of bookmarks, a re-engineered mail back-end, improved address-bar searching. The download is available here. TheRegister has also posted an initial preview here.

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