Opera Software has released the first beta version of the Opera 11 web browser.
The latest beta version of the browser comes with a new tab stacking feature and full support for extensions.
In a blog post, the Norwegian company explained that people will be able to use the new tab stacking feature to group website tabs according to a part\ theme or purpose. This would reduce the clutter and allow people to easily work with a set of open tabs.
“Tabs are the most popular feature in browsers today. Because so many of us wrestle with tens or even hundreds of open tabs, we needed a way to simplify tab management. Just like stacking papers for future reference, stacking your tabs is an intuitive way to organise and collect your open Web pages,” Jan Standal, VP of Desktop Products, Opera, said in a statement.
Opera has also released extensions, the browser add-ons that allow users to expand the functionality of the web browser. The company said that people had downloaded around 500,000 extensions ever since the alpha version was launched three weeks ago.