Hello, friends. Today you will learn how to get the latest stable version of Opera on Ubuntu 22.04 This web browser is one of the most advanced you can find out there.
Opera is a powerful web browser based on Chromium that tries to differentiate itself from its competitors with interesting new features that make it very appealing to advanced users. As you can expect, Opera has versions for many operating systems such as Windows, macOS, and Linux.
Some of its main features to get a foothold in the market is that it improves the privacy and protection of your browsing with a free VPN included. It also has a data and battery saving feature which makes it very flexible.
All this with AD blocker included, chat and other social network integrations that make it unique in its style.
Get the latest stable version of Opera on Ubuntu 22.4 / Linux Mint 21
The best way to get the latest stable version of Opera is to add the personal repository of the application.
So, open a terminal by pressing the
CTRL + ALT + T keys or from the main menu.
Then, update the whole system
sudo apt update sudo apt upgrade
The next step is to add the Opera repository to the system
sudo sh -c 'echo "deb http://deb.opera.com/opera-stable/ stable non-free" >> /etc/apt/sources.list.d/opera.list'
In order for the repository to be recognized as safe by the system, you have to add the GPG key of the repository.
wget -qO- https://deb.opera.com/archive.key | sudo apt-key add -
sudo apt update
And finally install Opera
sudo apt install opera-stable
However, it is good to know that in this same repository are present the
opera-developer packages that offer test versions of Opera. If you like to test new releases, this is a viable option.
At the end, you can run it from the main system menu.
Opera is one of the best web browsers today, and it is reflected in its large number of users but also in its brilliant features.