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This article was published on December 3, 2014


    Opera 26 for desktops brings stable Linux release, bookmark sharing and more

    Opera 26 for desktops brings stable Linux release, bookmark sharing and more
    Abhimanyu Ghoshal
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    Opera has just released version 26 of its desktop browser, that sees a stable Linux version, a new bookmark sharing feature and a few other small updates.

    The latest version allows users to share individual bookmarks or an entire folder of them with just a couple of clicks, negating the need to laboriously copy and paste links into an email or social network message.

    Sharing Bookmarks with Opera 26

    Opera creates a single page with link previews for all your bookmarks, that users can share the link to. Check out the video below for a demo:

    This feature is also available on the latest version of Opera for Android devices.

    Opera bookmark sharing on Android

    Opera 26 also brings a new built-in print preview feature, a simplified method for importing bookmarks and settings from older versions and other browsers, and a better integrated UI for Mac OS X.

    The latest version is available to download for free on Opera’s site.

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