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Opera 9.6 released

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  1. xfire

    xfire New Member

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    Opera 9.6 has come out of it’s beta version and has been tailored to meet the Indian market.
    Opera is now available in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu. This is as a result of the growing user base of their Opera Mini and Desktop.
    Some more advantages

    for the change log visit
    http://www.opera.com/docs/changelogs/
    Source: http://www.opera.com/pressreleases/en/2008/10/08_3/
    Jmatt110 and oli_ramsay say thanks.
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    Awesome, thanks for the heads up :)
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    Gr8 browser
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    I'm using the 9.6 beta and see no reason why it's in beta.(very stable). As usual Opera rocks :rockout:
  5. wolf2009 Guest

    gr8, wonderful and most innovative browser.

    doesn't get the credit it deserves
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    better than firefox?
  7. spud107

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    i dont have to download a bunch of addons for the stuff i need so aye:)
  8. wolf2009 Guest

    depends on how you see it.

    if you have a slow PC with a slow internet connection, Opera FTW .

    If you need an in built feed reader, Opera FTW .
  9. spud107

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    dont forget the irc and email:)
    opera on my nokia 6680 is pretty good too, (not opera mini java)
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    Yes. Opera has the equivalent of about 150 FF add-ons built-in. It just works. "Hmm, I wonder if Opera can do this or that... oh, it can."

    Try it for a week and then see if you can stand using Firefox afterwards.

    The default is very nice, but be sure to play around with the skins on the Opera site. There's an amusing new one that makes it look like Google Chrome. Which is nice if you like the look of Google Chrome or are amused at making Opera look as ugly as Google Chrome.

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