Opera 80.0.4170.40 Stable for Ubuntu/Debian DEB 64-bit

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With Opera for Linux, you can browse the Internet more quickly and easily while also benefiting from a wide range of unique features.

When compared to Mozilla or Microsoft's browsers, Opera has some advantages. Opera is a fast and dependable browser that's much lower in size. It's possible to use Opera on a variety of platforms, such as BeOS, Symbian OS, Linux and Mac OS. It's also possible to use Opera on Windows and OS/2. JavaScript, cascading style sheets, and E-mail are all supported, as are integrated searches and instant chat. It's a feature-rich browser. Compactness of Opera makes it ideal for Internet access on mobile devices such as cellphones running Windows Mobile.

One of the first things you'll notice about Opera after it's installed is the "hotlist" menu, which doubles as a bookmark directory. You can tile or cascade the windows to look at many Web sites at the same time without having to worry about the hotlist getting in the way. When you open the Opera browser again, the websites you were viewing last time will be restored if you pick this option. Opera's features can be accessed via the keyboard or the mouse. Shockwave and RealAudio are examples of plug-ins. Active-X and Visual Basic are not supported by Opera.

Opera got its start in 1994 as a Telenor-sponsored research project. It has gone through nine iterations at this point. Opera may be downloaded for free on all supported operating systems. When using the Nintendo Wii gaming console, you'll be using Opera as your browser.

Firefox, Internet Explorer, Apple's Safari, and Mosaic, which was released in 1993 and served as the code base for Netscape's Lynx browser, are other popular Web browsers.

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1 year ago

I'm very happy using the browser, it's just great!

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