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Does anybody actually use Opera? I mean, seriously.
I'm using it right now.

Seriously.

Its (feels) faster than FF and IE (obviously).
    
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post #12 of 41
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Does anybody actually use Opera? I mean, seriously.
Yes for the simply fact its easier to use and more fun, without having to add on other apps.
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I do - firefox is bloated these days and crashes more often (in my experience).
As a person with 2Gigs of RAM, do you care that FF takes you 60MB, or 120MB?


Opera is very good browser, but doesn't have open community to help develop extensions, like in Firefox... I personally user about 10 add-ons in FF, like "Web developer", "Fasterfox", "Transliterate", "Ad block" and "IE tab", at the moment is utilizing 114MB Swap and 100 MB RAM...
Opera is more optimized..
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As a person with 2Gigs of RAM, do you care that FF takes you 60MB, or 120MB?
Yes... I'd rather have a program not be crappily coded, whether or not I have the resources to take the crap.
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Ever tried the latest 3.0 beta?
I plan on trying ff3, but considering one of the things I like better about opera is stability...I think I'll stay away from the betas
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Yes... I'd rather have a program not be crappily coded, whether or not I have the resources to take the crap.
Why do you care if it's crappily coded (I understand that the code in unreadable for you), if it works stable and have enough RAM to run it without a problem?
Do you remember Win98 that took only 20MB RAM to run .. but BSOD were common events. WinXP utilizes ~120MB at boot, Win2000 (on my old PC) ~60MB, and are very stable..(I haven't had a single BSOD that was not from hardware failure) Vista - 200MB, and it's said to be the most stable Windows ever.

I would say that even Debian Etch r1 (on my Laptop) and Debian Lenny are very memory hungry, and very stable. That's my observation...
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Yes... I'd rather have a program not be crappily coded, whether or not I have the resources to take the crap.
But, but, Firefox is the greatest thing since sliced bread!

Very well said gunner.

As for Opera, I use it when in Linux on my laptop, only because I can't use Slimbrowser (an IE based browser).
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yes opera! WHOOOO.
    
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Why do you care if it's crappily coded (I understand that the code in unreadable for you), if it works stable and have enough RAM to run it without a problem?
Do you remember Win98 that took only 20MB RAM to run .. but BSOD were common events. WinXP utilizes ~120MB at boot, Win2000 (on my old PC) ~60MB, and are very stable..(I haven't had a single BSOD that was not from hardware failure) Vista - 200MB, and it's said to be the most stable Windows ever.

I would say that even Debian Etch r1 (on my Laptop) and Debian Lenny are very memory hungry, and very stable. That's my observation...
Err... I'm a bit confused. I think I confused myself.

FF does use more RAM and stuff. But it has everything I want in a browser, so I use it.

What I meant was "I'd rather have (want) a program that isn't crappily coded." That's a plea to Mozilla to fix it.
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I went back to Opera after FF kept crashing. But for some reason i cant figure out Opera loves to crash on quicktime movies.
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