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Feb 26, 2020

Opera may have done something brilliant with your browser


Organize the tabs as a virtual desktop for your browser.

Organize the tabs as a virtual desktop for your browser.

R2020 is a series of enhancements to Opera's main browser that aims to make everyday life easier.

Group the tabs with the same theme in a separate view
What Opera is trying is nothing short of taking control of your tabs so you don't have to spend all your time finding the right one and stacking them in the correct order.

Opera renames the workspace feature:
“Organize tabs in groups by interests; shopping, movies, travel, whatever. Work faster with workspaces at the top of the sidebar and switch between interests with one click. ”

Workspaces work like multiple virtual desktops in Windows or macOS, just in the browser. Smart!

You can also "add multiple workspaces, name them and select the icons yourself, customize them for the correct interests that are relevant to you. Individual workspaces mean smaller tabs at the same time, which simplifies your work and helps you find what you need. ”

You can download HERE (note that the installation sets Opera as your default browser if you do not choose custom installation yourself).

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