UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY NEWS) — Opera developers have introduced a new version of the browser for computers. The updated program implements more convenient management of groups of tabs – now they can be combined into spaces.
Users can organize spaces by content type and personalize groups by giving them names and distinctive icons. In total, you can add up to five spaces. Inside one window, for example, you can create one group for work, a second for entertainment and another for other projects.
Space icons are available at the top of the sidebar. The one that is currently active will be displayed in blue.
Any link can be sent to another space by right-clicking on it. Also, users can move tabs between the spaces themselves.
In addition, Opera 67 introduced a visual tab switcher. By pressing Ctrl + Tab, users can scroll through the previews of open sites without taking their hand off the keyboard.
Another new feature allows you to identify duplicate tabs. Tabs with the same addresses are highlighted when you hover over them, which makes it easy to detect and close them.
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