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5 things to love in the Neon Opera browser

5 things to love in the Neon Opera browser

Today, Opera presented its new version of the Web browser and presented a new browser called Opera Neon for Windows and MacOS. Based on Chromium, a radical review of what browsers will be like in the future. Opera believes that all the browsers available today were created for the last millennium, a time when the web was full of pages and documents. With Neon, Opera reports the emphasis on content. So, I decided to give Opera Neon a shot and here are 5 things to love in Opera Neon browser

1. A new user interface

To be honest, the user interfaces of most web browsers have become obsolete. Opera aims to change things by offering a new coat of paint in its Neon browser. The first time you open Neon, you'll immediately notice that yes merges with the background of your desktop . The tab bar vertically aligned to the right and each tab represented as a bold circle with a preview of the web page. The speed dial takes a visual signal from the tab bar and the websites are represented by big and beautiful circles . But not that.

The gravitational system of Opera extracts frequently used cards at the top for even easier access. The tabs they manage by themselves make browsing in the browser much easier. It also centers a unified search and an address bar.

The beautiful animations I'm icing on the cake. Opera Neon minimizes / maximizes tab windows using a beautiful scale opening / closing animation. When you delete a website from the speed dial, it disappears with a fog animation as shown below –

The animations may experience occasional sobs, since this is a very early "experimental" version, but they expect it to be solved with the most recent versions.

2. Split screen mode

Opera Neon lets you split two windows, so you can view two websites side by side without having to change or resize imperceptibly between two different tabs / windows. To activate the split screen mode, simply drag the tab from the tab bar to the right to the central screen and drag it to the " Show in left / right view ".

The Tab windows are automatically resized, so that each window occupies half of the screen. You can manually resize windows using the selection bar between the two windows.

To exit the split screen mode, click to the minimize icon in the upper right part of the window.

The exceptional appearance, especially when navigating on large screens.

3. Unified place to check audio / video

Opera Neon a pleasure for people who mainly consume audio / video on the Internet. It showcases a unified place to control media playback on any card, from YouTube videos to SoundCloud. To access this media player, click icon of the player from the left bar.

you can play / pause pretty much any type of media you play here. Furthermore, clicking on the favicon website takes you directly to that site.

It makes it extremely easy to control any media without having to fiddle around to find out where the sound comes from.

4. Screen capture

Opera Neon has a very nice integrated screen capture tool. To capture a screen, click capture icon of the screen in the left sidebar.

Now drag and drop the area you want to capture. It is captured instantly and accessible from the icon " Gallery "in the same sidebar. The Gallery tab lets you archive all the latest screen captures and drag images anywhere.

Right now, the screen capture is pretty simple: just cropping and screenshots. It currently has no advanced features like time-based capturing or annotation. But there is no reason why we should not take a screenshot of the last hilarious meme or some great quotes. Store also the complete URL image, in case you need it later.

5. Video Pop-out

As the name suggests, this function allows "to do go out "a video played on the web, so you can browse through other websites while watching the video simultaneously. This is similar to Apple's" Picture-in-Picture "mode in Safari.

To make a video appear, go to the icon " Player "in the left sidebar, click on small arrow on the video you are playing.

The video should now come out. From here, you can play / pause, search and even resize this video pop-up. will remain always on top of any web page opened in the Neon browser, so you can enjoy the video while you browse other pages.

Neon also allows for deactivate quickly any audio / video reproduction from the tab bar itself (just like Chrome). Each time an audio / video is played, a small equalizer is displayed on the tab bar. Passing over you will be presented with an option to disable this video.

Do I have to switch to Opera Neon?

Well, entirely subjective. Opera Neon is aimed at occasional users . If you consume a lot of multimedia content on the web, the Neon browser can be a good choice. If you are more than an experienced user, you may want to continue with your current browser, since Neon not supports extensions at the moment. However, an ambitious project by Opera and if you are trying to try something new in the saturated browser market, Opera Neon deserves a shot. Over time, some features may be part of the normal Opera browser, so if you are one of the first to have it, download Opera Neon right away. available as a free download for Windows and macOS.

If you try, what are your first impressions of the Opera Neon browser? Let me know in the comments section below.