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I've been using Opera at home since last November and I like it so much that
I've shelled out $39 for the paid-for version (no banner ads so more screen
real estate etc.). I do website development and Opera is especially good for
as it can mimic other browsers. It also seems faster in operation than the
IE5.5 that I used before, and its usability seems better.
I recommend it.
> Hi All,
> I was just wondering if anyone has used or has background with the Opera
> Browser. I saw an ad promo for it, and am intrigued. Any techy juice on
> product or people that worked on the specs?
> Edwyn Kumar
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