Opera browser updated with free VPN, new design and more

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Opera announced the launch of Opera version 60 (codenamed Reborn 3), the company's latest desktop browser for Mac, Windows, and Linux. This web browser is advertised as next-gen because of the additional support for crypto, a free VPN, as well as improved privacy measures and "Web 3".

The company has industry-leading support for Web 3 and cryptocurrency, allowing users to perform transactions and communicate with blockchain-based systems. And since more people take privacy and online security more seriously, Opera offers access to a free VPN for the browser without logging.

Web 3 includes applications for blockchain technologies. The cryptocurrency wallet does not require any money transfer to perform transactions on a PC, but instead synchronizes with the crypto wallet in the Opera Android browser app. Verification and notifications are handled using the smartphone.

It would not be a major new release for the team if they had not given the browser a visual refresh. Referring to web content as a painting, the new Opera design is limitless to focus on the content on the screen. Both light and dark themes are available.

With the way the browser is shaping with app integration for messengers and more, Opera wants you to do almost everything online in one place. This is a great release for Opera fans. For those who have not used the browser for a few years and the desire to change, it is definitely worth viewing.

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