Opera has announced that its Opera 12.10 beta browser for Windows, Mac, and Linux, is now available for download.
Developers can now allow their extension to work with Opera’s context menu (known as the right-click menu among friends). By allowing this, users can highlight text and make use of the extension for social networking, translations and more.
With the launch of the Mac OS X Mountain Lion, a number of new features have been included directly in the operating system. Opera 12.10 for Mac supports a number of the new MacOS X Mountain Lion features, including Notification Center, Retina Display support and built-in sharing of content to social networks.
Also in the near future, the Windows 8 version will also be publicly available, and Opera 12.10 includes updates to accommodate Windows 8 enhancements. These include touch support for Windows 8 Classic mode, with the added bonus of working on Windows 7, as well.