Opera: GX now available in the Microsoft Store

You can download Opera GX from the Microsoft Store

Happy New Year’s Eve, GX fans, a nice holiday surprise awaits you: Opera GX has just been available in the Microsoft Store under Windows. Opera GX browser is built for gamers, both in terms of design and functionality, with unique features like CPU, RAM and network limiters to help you get the most out of gaming and gaming. navigation.

The addition of Opera GX to the Microsoft Store means Windows users have easier access and more choice in choosing their preferred browser. The latest version of GX also comes with native Discord and Twitch sidebar access as well as Razer Chroma and Corsair iCUE integration, which means you can sync responsive lighting with your browser’s actions. Additionally, Opera GX now includes offline play Opera, a new arcade space shooter to play in your browser when WiFi is off.

For Opera, the Microsoft Store is a great and relevant distribution channel and a way to reach Windows users directly, as they can now get the Opera GX browser directly into their operating system, without needing to search for it on the Web. And easier access to Opera GX means users get a free, unlimited built-in VPN and ad blocker, as well as messaging and social media built into the sidebar, allowing Windows users who like Game to get a real browser alternative designed for them.

We are very grateful to you, our users, for supporting Opera GX and requesting that it be available in the Microsoft Store on Windows. Opening the Microsoft Store to other browsers is a step in the right direction for a wider choice of users.

To download Opera GX, open the Microsoft Store on your Windows computer and search for it. That’s it. You can also always go to opera.com/gx and download it directly from Opera.

Happy holidays and good sailing!


Opera Ltd. published this content on December 17, 2021 and is solely responsible for the information it contains. Distributed by Public, unedited and unmodified, on December 17, 2021 02:38:03 PM UTC.

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