In the past couple of days, Opera Software has released two testing versions of Opera 10.52. The Norwegian browser maker is now at the Release Candidate 4
stage in the development process for the second minor update to Opera 10.50. Early adopters trying out RC4 are invited to continue submitting feedback on the evolution of Opera 10.52. Build 3368 is currently available for download for Windows users, but additional releases are offered to testers running Mac OS X and Linux. However, according to Opera Software, only the Mac and Windows development snapshots of Opera 10.52 are synchronized, with the Linux flavor of the browser lagging behind.
“This is RC4 of 10.52 final for Mac and Windows. It fixes CARAKAN-1144 (Frequent crashes at Facebook) and CORE-27753 (Freezing at Google Maps and dell.com). As always, try to keep comments on-topic. They should be somewhat brief, and yet descriptive enough for other people to be able to reproduce your problem. Post longer comments in the forum, and avoid inline images,” a member of the Opera Desktop Team revealed