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Windows 7: Opera Neon new concept browser is born

12 Jan 2017   #1
Brink

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 
Opera Neon new concept browser is born

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A year ago, we set out to explore what web browsers might look like in years to come. Now, you can try Opera Neon – a concept browser that gives you a glimpse into the future of desktop browsers.



Today’s web browsers are not as fresh as they used to be

At Opera, we have been building web browsers for more than 20 years. We are very aware that some parts of the web browsers we know today are nothing more than tributes to the last millennium – a time when the web was mostly made up of documents and pages. But the web is changing fast, and so are people’s expectations for how apps and web pages should behave.

[video=youtube;Cqyv1Fh5bCs]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cqyv1Fh5bCs[/video]

Opera Neon is born

To bring our vision to life, we put together a team of talented developers and designers to work on a unique prototype browser. We created thousands of concepts, drawings, iterations, versions and interface designs.

Today, we can finally show you Opera Neon. It is a concept browser – an experimental browser that envisions the future of web browsers similar to the way concept cars predict the future of automobiles. Like the Opera browser, Opera Neon is built on top of the Blink engine, but unlike any other browser, Opera Neon has been built from scratch to bring you cool effects and animations without slowing down your experience.

What’s fun and fresh in Opera Neon?

Opera Neon is packed with fun ways to interact with web content, including the ability to drag and push things around, and to even pop content out of the web and save it.

Here are some new features you won’t have seen in a browser before:
  • A new start page that uses your desktop wallpaper as its background.
  • A sidebar with its own video player, image gallery and download manager.
  • A vertical, visual tab bar on the right side of the browser window that makes it easier to distinguish between tabs.

  • An intelligent system that automatically manages your tabs. Like gravity, frequently used tabs will float to the top, while less important tabs will sink to the bottom.
  • A completely new omnibox that supports top search engines and open search.
We’ve also added new ways to enjoy web content:
  • Video pop-out, which lets you play videos while you browse other web pages.

  • Snap-to-gallery lets you snapshot and crop any part of a web page and save it to the gallery for later.

  • Split screen mode lets you seamlessly view and interact with two pages at once.


It’s beautiful and it’s smart

Here’s how to manage bubble tabs:
  • To open a new tab, click the plus icon on the left sidebar (the open tab will be highlighted).
  • To add a favorite site to your tab bar, drag and drop the bubble there.
  • To minimize a tab, click on the bubble or click the plus icon on the left sidebar.
  • To close a tab, click on the x icon next to the bubble.
You’ll find several other icons on the left sidebar; one of these is the player icon. This gathers together tabs that are currently playing music and videos.

The camera icon on the left sidebar lets you to take a snapshot of the page, which then lands in your gallery under the landscape icon. You’ll find all your snaps there.

While Opera Neon has lots of new features – and many of the Opera browser features you know and love – there are some key features we have not included, such as our native ad-blocker, VPN and the ability to add extensions. The reason for this is simply that Opera Neon is a concept browser, built for experimentation and play.

A little something extra

Opera Neon wipes away your desktop clutter by bringing your computer’s wallpaper into the browser. Or, if you want to go full-Neon, we’ve collaborated with top graphic artist Luke Choice to create two free Neon-inspired wallpapers.

The future will be here sooner than you expect

Opera Neon is a concept browser – a vision of what browsers could become. It is not designed to replace the current Opera desktop browser. However, we do plan to incorporate some of its best new features into Opera for computers as early as spring 2017.

Jump in and play, then let us know what you think of Opera Neon!

Download Opera Neon

Opera Neon is now available for Mac and Windows. www.opera.com/neon


Source: Say hello to Opera Neon, our new concept browser - Opera Desktop


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07 Feb 2017   #2
Morty Galleger

Android OS
 
 

I like it, nice look.
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07 Feb 2017   #3
Ranger4

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit sp1
 
 

I had a look at it, but I prefer the current version of Opera which I have been using for years.
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08 Feb 2017   #4
Layback Bear

Windows 7 Pro. 64/SP-1
 
 

The first impression I got was (Clutter).
Things jumping around all over.

Jack
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08 Feb 2017   #5
iko22

Windows 7 x64, Vista x64, 8.1 smartphone
 
 

I quit Opera when I lost temperament as the Chromium omnibox kept asking me permission for my location, or adding "are you a robot" Captcha between my webpage fetches.

I am pleased to hear that this new concept browser is supported by windows 7, so I might well give it a go.
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08 Feb 2017   #6
Lee

Win 7 Pro x64, VM Win XP, Win7 Pro Sandbox, Kubuntu 11
 
 

With the condition my head is in this looks just a bit confusing. . .. . .Will stay with Firefox at least I know how it works. . .
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11 Feb 2017   #7
lehnerus2000

W7 Ultimate SP1, LM18.2 MATE, W10 Home, #All 64 bit
 
 

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But the web is changing fast, and so are people’s marketers expectations for how apps and web pages should behave.
Fixed that for them.
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20 Feb 2017   #8
RoWin7

Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit
 
 

Trendy stuff for young people, like Win 7's Aero theme with dancing windows. I don't even like the newer Opera that now resembles Chrome. FireFox forever!
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20 Feb 2017   #9
ethel

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1
 
 
opera neon

Hello Everyone, I agree with Layback Bear, too much clutter, and to busy for someone like me. I like the
plain looking browsers, makes me think I must be getting older.
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23 Feb 2017   #10
BlueGuy

W7 Ultimate 32-bit
 
 

Yep, more fixing what ain't broke!
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