Opera 12.16

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Opera, Opera for Linux.

Updated by Editors on Thursday, July 4, 2013.

Opera is a small, fast, customizable, powerful but user-friendly, web browser. Opera uses less memory than other competing browser applications, making you more productive on the Web. Opera supports open international Web standards, such as HTML, XML, XHTML, WML, CSS and DOM. Opera has been designed from the beginning with security and privacy in mind. Opera has supported Secure Socket Layer (SSL) versions 2 and 3 since Opera 3.0.

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Opera 7.23
By Anonymous on Tuesday, February 24, 2004.

My web browser of choice! I use it in hardcore mode and I am very happy with it. I like most: "session save" feature, session auto-recovery (if it crashes), downloader, "Copy to note", import-export features, gestures, and a lot more!.

Opera 6.0 for Linux
By Anonymous on Wednesday, May 29, 2002.

Very fast, nice download manager capabilities, supports Netscape plugins. Not very stable but saves the windows and can restart browsing/resume downloads.

Opera web browser
By Anonymous on Monday, January 21, 2002.

Totally agree - it's just a pitty that for some web pages (java or css compatibility) you still need one of the dinosaurs (ie or netscape) as a fallback. but even with this i'm a fan of opera since its early versions (under a different OS (W.....).

Opera web browser
By Anonymous on Monday, January 7, 2002.

Still needs some work in the advanced java implimentations, but it's still, by far, the most functional and feature-rich browser I've used. Best is the multiple-page-open feature - being used to this makes using IE or Netscape almost painful.

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