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a fast and secure web browser Opera is a fast, secure, configurable, and standards compliant Internet/Intranet browser that also includes a newsreader and mail client. Opera gives you the freedom to run multiple windows without opening up other instances and many more features that make it a great choice for the serious web enthusiast. The browser comes with tons of features, including 128bit encryption, enhanced security for your online transactions, advanced download support features, cookie management and many more. Additional features include built-in download manager, integrated mail client with spam filter, skin support, mouse gestures pop-up killer, one-click log-in to password protected sites and more. Copyright Snapfiles.com

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Product Details

Publisher Opera Software ASA (2) Price Free
Version 44.0.2510.857  history Last updated Mar 22, 2017
File Size 42.6 Mb Requirements None

User Reviews

5 stars68% 43
4 stars12% 8
3 stars11% 7
2 stars3% 2
1 star4% 3
Based on 63 reviews

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Annoying, set as default browser, opens full 2 stars by henerey773 Jun 01, 2016 (Read all my 17 reviews)
This late May 2016 Opera37.0.2178.43 release immediately annoyed me because it set itself as my Win7 Default Browser, didn't ask, no notice given. The easy way out was running Firefox again, and it asked, as is polite. The other minor trivial annoyance was opening in full screen. Why do they assume that? I uninstalled it, maybe better next time. show Review details
Major engine transplant, but still great 5 stars by realbull2009250 Mar 11, 2015 (Read all my 60 reviews)
Yes, Opera had some major surgery. The developers have gutted the Presto engine and replaced it with Google Chrome's Blink engine. The good news is that Opera is as fast as (or maybe faster than) Chrome and 100 compatible with its extensions/plugins. On top of that Opera is working its way up to create the same browser they once had with the Presto engine; the speed-dial, sync-devices, tab preview, clone tab and turbo mode are included. Also there are some other new features such as Discover(a built-in news feed), new book-marking style and more options in "settings" than Chrome. The bad news is that there are still some fan favorite features missing. The biggest one being the email client(which can be downloaded as a separate desktop application from their website). This is the biggest minus for Opera because many of their fans favored the browser just for that built-in email client. Will it come back? Who knows? I haven't heard about it returning in the new OperaBlink browser. Also the ability to re-arrange parts of the browser is unavailable. This was one of the most innovative features that was only available in the OperaPresto engine browser. Although the new OperaBlink is missing some of its features from the OperaPresto browser, I still think this is the best Blink browser to use. If you miss the old Opera then you may want to try Vivaldi browser, made by former Opera staff members, but (as of this writing)still in beta and not stable yet. show Review details
Use an open-source browser instead 1 stars by mikey1975777566 Jul 02, 2014 (Read all my 5 reviews)
Opera used to be a decent browser. Now, it frequently won't connect to certain websites, even though the settings show it should. Meanwhile, it connects to other websites just fine. I've uninstalled and re-installed this browser many times trying to fix this issue, but to no avail. The list of features, help section and forums are very weak as well. You can't even import bookmarks. Ugh. I've given up on Opera. show Review details
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