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The Opera fan thread

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#1 iceman85


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Posted 25 January 2013 - 06:01 PM

Anyone have experiences with Opera browser?

I have been using it for few years now and I just cannot possibly come back to firefox. I still remember that firefox used to be slick and slim but after version 3.0 it changed and they lost me.

Some perks:
Opera invented speed dial.
Opera invented the tab screenshot.
Its possible to configure where are saved the passdword in opera, and I put the file into a virtual drive created with truecrypt. Highest security possible.

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Posted 25 January 2013 - 06:11 PM

Been using Opera since ver 3.5. I even had a few years where I liked it so much I paid for it. Still using it today. I have four browsers installed 3 for testing purposes but my daily driver and default is Opera.

Oh I lied, 5 browsers. :whistle: I also beta test with Opera Next.

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