Opera 36 web browser
Opera 36 is a version of the Opera web browser that was released in 2016. It was the last version of Opera to be based on the Presto layout engine, as subsequent versions of Opera began using the Blink layout engine, which is also used by Google Chrome.
Opera 36 introduced several new features and improvements, including:
1. Built-in support for the HTML5 video tag, allowing users to watch videos without the need for a plugin.
2. Improvements to the browser's memory usage and performance, making it faster and more responsive.
3. Enhanced security features, including support for Content Security Policy and improvements to the browser's security certificate handling.
4. A redesigned user interface that made it easier to navigate the browser and access its features.
However, as Opera 36 is no longer supported, it may not work properly with some modern websites and may be more susceptible to security vulnerabilities. Users are recommended to upgrade to a more recent version of Opera or switch to a different browser altogether.
Opera web browser and Windows XP
The last version of Opera that was officially supported on Windows XP was Opera 36, which was released on April 12, 2016. This version of Opera was designed to work specifically with Windows XP, and it included all of the standard features that you would expect from a modern web browser, such as a built-in ad blocker, support for extensions, and a customizable interface. However, it's important to note that using an unsupported operating system like Windows XP can pose security risks since it is no longer receiving security updates from Microsoft.