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Opera 11 Browser maintains its Small Cult-like Following after 15 years

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Longtime underdog Opera Software has released its browser Opera 11. Opera’s browser has developed a small cult-like following since its inception in 1996, its following based primarily on its speed, innovation and open-source ideals. In a series of browser firsts, Opera was the first browser to introduce tabbed browsing which has now become the industry standard.

In its latest offering, Opera 11, they are releasing more innovative web browsing solutions including optional plugins, available on demand. The browser also allows you to operate ‘sessions’, permitting you to save your current browser pages for later. The company has always prided itself on its speed and version 11 of Opera operates at 15 to 20 percent faster than Opera 10.63, an already zippy browser.

Browser Usage as of 2010 OctoberThe most attractive new feature of the browser is its tab stacking.

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i refuse to click on this nonsense :D

open source IDEALS? as in, we like the idea(-l), but we don't really implement it?

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