Yes Opera is a browser but you may as well call it an OS. With an uncluttered design, some mind bending Opera Unite Peer to Peer features (in a browser!) withhttp://unite.opera.com/applications/, and nifty widgets- try singing some Opera. I really dont know how browsers make money, especially since they are suing each other all the time, but well- heres to more choice – if you don’t want a corporation owned browser lusting to sell your leaked privacy data to Don Draper- Opera is a good choice- much better than Sea Monkey and the Fox .
I really liked the option to make my own web server in 2 clicks,and share stuff. The bit trorrent support is really nice but I wonder if there was any Scandinavian brotherly ports in bit torrent sharing 😉 , me hearties
- Opera Announces Opera 11 With Extensions (pcworld.com)
- Opera Extensions – 113 And Counting (lockergnome.com)
- Extend Opera (opera.com)
- “Opera Mobile 10.1 beta pops up on Android” and related posts (pocket-lint.com)
- Opera Web Browser Review (brighthub.com)