It is so refreshing to find developers who pro-actively improve their web browser, almost on a daily basis, keeping us informed of development through their blog. Whilst we wait for the next major release, Opera 9.5 (which is due for a beta release soon), the development team have been making minor changes to the current release.
Opera 9.23 is now available and contains a number of minor fixes, including stability issues around the Speed Dial function, issues with the scrolling wheel through Vista and more. If you're a current user of Opera, it will be worth upgrading to the latest release.
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