Opera Software has released the latest beta versions of its Opera 7.20 browser for Linux, Solaris and FreeBSD.
The Scandinavian firm claimed that the releases all increase HTML rendering speed, in addition to providing support for bi-directional languages such as Arabic and Hebrew.
This is the first version of Opera to support Solaris and FreeBSD since it released version 6.12.
Opera said that Linux users have already been able to enjoy all the popular Opera 7 features, and can now experience faster and better performance with the 7.20 beta.
The release of the Unix variants is only three days behind that of the Opera 7.20 for Windows beta version.
Opera's chief executive Jon S. von Tetzchner said in a statement: "The feedback from our testers has been unison: Opera 7.20 significantly boosts speed and performance."
The final Opera 7.20 on all platforms will be released later this year.
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