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i downloaded it last week because of its unite abilities. Its like having a private ftp server only better because its free and already setup to be user friendly.
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thats good to hear.
Ive been using opera for the past 3-4 years and it hasnt let me down
    
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post #13 of 33
I just test drived opera last week.

Haven't opened up any other browser since

That speed dial thing they have is sooooooooo sooo so so so sick
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post #14 of 33
Downloaded Opera to check it out.

Very nice, simple and effective like Chrome.
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Do any other browsers have something like FireGestures? I can't live without it...
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Opera's as fast and sleek as Google Chrome without Google's spying on you. That, gentlemen, is called WIN.
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Opera's as fast and sleek as Google Chrome without Google's spying on you. That, gentlemen, is called WIN.
Google doesn't spy on you if you're using Chrome; that's nonsense. However, Opera is definitely my browser of choice.

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Do any other browsers have something like FireGestures? I can't live without it...
Opera has mouse gestures built in. http://www.opera.com/browser/tutorials/gestures/ You can also edit it to make your own mouse gestures.

That's what I like about Opera. It has the capabilities of probably 20+ Firefox addons built in, and it's fast.
Edited by Conley - 3/21/10 at 9:49am
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I would choose Internet Explorer if I were to have a choice.
    
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Google doesn't spy on you if you're using Chrome; that's nonsense.
It's not nonsense. How do you imagine all the auto complete, suggested sites, URL mistype fixes, etc work? Chrome phones home more often that a love sick E.T.
    
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Quote:
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Google doesn't spy on you if you're using Chrome; that's nonsense. However, Opera is definitely my browser of choice.
Hrm, maybe I've just read differently?

http://www.microsoft-watch.com/conte..._of_dents.html

http://coderrr.wordpress.com/2008/09...han-you-think/
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