Opera One was unveiled on Tuesday as a redesigned browser that is expected to replace the company’s flagship Opera browser for Windows, MacOS and Linux later this year. It’s already available in early access via a developer version of the browser. The upcoming browser features a redesigned user interface and new features such as an island of tabs and AI-powered features in the browser’s sidebar. It is said to be the first major Chromium-based browser with a multi-threaded composer to improve UI performance.
Opera revealed the details of the revamped browser in a blog post Announced on Tuesday. The company says that Opera One is the first major Chromium-based browser to use a multi-threaded composer in its UI which is claimed to optimize UI performance.
Opera says the new Tab Island feature, which keeps similar tabs together in groups, or islands, can be expanded or removed to make more space. With this feature, similar tabs in the browser will be automatically arranged, making it easy for users to switch between open tabs.
The upcoming release of Opera One in the coming months will also include AI-based features in the browser’s sidebar that will allow users to access built-in AI like ChatGPT and ChatSonic, music players, and messaging services like Facebook, WhatsApp, and Telegram. .
The new Opera One app is available for download via the Opera website. Users can simply click download now and configure the browser. The new app will replace Opera Browser for Windows, macOS and Linux later this year, according to Opera.
Earlier this month, Opera added a free virtual private network (VPN) service built into its mobile browser for iOS, allowing iPhone and iPad users to browse the web privately, without any extensions.
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