Not counting the Mac OS X and Linux flavors, Opera Software made available no less than five testing releases of the next version of its browser for Windows the past week. The latest development snapshot
was released Sunday, February 21, 2010, and brings to the table fixes for HTML5 <video> and Windows 7 related crashes. Despite having produced a plethora of development snapshots, Opera 10.50 has advanced only a little since February 11th, when the browser graduated from Alpha to Beta. In this regard, Opera 10.50 continues to be in Beta 1 stage, with the Norway-based browser maker producing testing snapshots at a high rate, without indicating when the next major development milestone is scheduled for release.