Opera has launched a new browser called Opera One, which is a completely redesigned version of its flagship browser for Windows, MacOS, and Linux. The new browser features a Modular Design philosophy that aims to provide users with a more intuitive and effortless browsing experience.
The design philosophy is based on evaluating every element for relevance and only bringing the key features to the foreground. As a result, Opera One has a cleaner, decluttered look that allows plenty of space for future AI-based features and extensions.
One of the significant features of Opera One is the Multithreaded Compositor, making it the first major Chromium-based browser to have this feature. It delivers a faster and smoother user interface by implementing a new multithreaded compositor. This new architecture enables the implementation of new features and allows Opera to continue its differentiation from other Chromium-based browsers.
Another notable feature of Opera One is Tab Islands. The new feature allows users to keep tabs that are related to each other together in an intuitive way without disturbing their browsing flow.
Tab Islands are automatically created based on the context of browsing, and users can also group their tabs by pressing the CTRL/Command button and clicking on the ones they want to group. They can also move between islands and add to an existing island with ease.
Opera One also comes with popular AI features such as ChatGPT, ChatSonic, and AI Prompts in the sidebar, which are turned on by default. The new design and features of Opera One are laying the groundwork for the AI services that the company is planning to unveil soon.
Overall, Opera One is a browser that aims to provide a faster, smoother, and more intuitive browsing experience. The company is optimistic that its new design philosophy and features will help it keep up with the changing needs of its users and the evolving nature of the web.
You can download the new browser here.
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