Opera has released an experimental web browser, Neon, which could initiate changes in web browsing.
Browsing the web is one of the activities that has been constantly evolving for many years. Now, Opera has decided to take up the challenge and created a web browser called Opera Neon, which could be the pioneer of browsers in the near future.
Opera Neon has been officially made available for computers with mocOS and Windows. The way of browsing with Neon is significantly different from our habits. In the Neon concept browser, there is a new form of visual representation of bookmarks, omnibox, and many other features. The company mentions that it wants to get rid of Desktop Clutter by transferring the computer’s wallpaper to the browser.
There is no doubt that Opera Neon is a fresh design and the use of computer capabilities in internet browsing software. The transparency of the program and the new way of presenting tabs with separate objects give the impression that we are using the software of the future. Everything moves naturally seems to be part of the operating system and not a separate application.
The new browser also has tools such as taking screenshots of pages, saving videos and a built-in gallery of saved images, a player or a built-in Facebook Messenger messenger.
Opera Neon’s newly developed engine is designed to breathe new life into the web browsing experience. The program elements seem to be separate objects that can be moved in any way and are always at hand – instead of hidden under the menu elements as in a traditional browser.
See how the new browser works in the video below:
The browser can be downloaded and installed for free from the official website: opera.com/pl/computer/neon. The browser is fast, easy to use and safe. Opera Neon was created thanks to the Chromium open source project and other open source software.
source: Opera Blogs – Say hello to Opera Neon, our new concept browser