has optimized its web browser for , with the aim of giving users a complete alternative to . Opera for Chrome OS is based on the of the browser. The company made some laptop-focused tweaks, such as adding keyboard shortcuts.
The browser has a free built-in VPN and at . There are also built-in messaging apps including WhatsApp, Telegram, , and Facebook Messenger. Opera can also thwart those irritating cookie dialogs that appear when you visit certain websites.
In addition, there is a and you can choose from one of five color themes (both clear and ) to match your aesthetic. On top of that, the browser includes a night mode that reduces blue light to help you sleep better.
You can sync Opera for Chrome OS with versions of browsers on other platforms – all you need to do is . You can then take notes, save pictures and small files, and share links between your desktop and of the Opera.
Opera claims that many people prefer to use separate browsers for different needs, one for work and one for leisure, for example. So Chromebook users could welcome another option with all the bells and whistles one would expect from a modern browser. You can download now.
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