Opera to be Free


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f45

Or like Google want to make some buzzzzzz before the mass give away :D

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Damo R.

nice was just informed by mate about this...great idea :)

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f45

I noticed too. Through the site they are completely different. Wonder why??

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Storm

Thankyou :D Posting from it now :)

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redFX

This is cool and all, but why leave firefox? Firefox is the only browser to stop flash ads (with a plugin).

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Cookie

Pretty cool program. It's as good as if not better than firefox.

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llbbl

I like Opera because its made in Norway or whatever, but I didn't like it because of the ad's. It will be good to see an ad less version. My idea desktop market share distribution would be FF 80%, Opera 9.9%, IE 0.1 % .... but then I guess i'm dreaming again.

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Si

Threads merged

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Shibby

WEEE got an ad free opera.

I never really was botherd by the ads They didn't seem that intrusive when you got a big high res screen.

But frees up some more space :)

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cork1958
if it became free, i would defiantly consider ditching firefox/thunderbird

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As would so many "other" browser users.

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The_Decryptor

cool, got my keys now.

so far so good, opera has gotten pretty good. :yes:

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JustGeorge

Got and its good! :)

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ThunderRiver

Just installed Opera 8.0.2 with the legit registration code. It works perfect. I like it.. and it is quite efficient in terms of memory usage too.

Opening the same page, and Opera loads just about as fast as IE7 Beta1, and Firefox is trailing behind.

Checking the Task Manager, and I see the following memory usage..

Firefox 1.0.6 (with no Java plugin): 23,816K

IE7 Beta1 (with MSJVM): 20,024K

Opera 8.0.2 (with no Java plugin): 9,324K

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sk8er_boi6000

For 24 hours only opera are giving away free, and totally legitimate Opera licenses. To obtain your license copy the link below and simply add your email address on the end. Offer is valid until 12 a.m. Wednesday, August 31 2005 (PDT)

http://my.opera.com/community/party/reg.dml?email=

Source

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sk8er_boi6000

Actually that appears to be about something totally different, this is nothing to do with operas business model it is a free 24 hour giveaway

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Syphonic

I'll switch if someone can tell me how to get all the File Edit View menus and the address bar on one line and just have the tab bar beneath it. I hate wasted space, even at 1600x1200.

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pixated

For the people saying Firefox removes ad's. Outpost Firewall removes ads from all browsers by defaults. And since its a pretty good firewall I've switched to that + Opera and I'm not having any problems with ads. Altough IMO ads shouldnt be something that should influence your decision on a browser. :|

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Si

Threads merged

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cyclingplatypus

WOOHOO...thanks.

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Denis W.

Great offer they have on their site.

Looks like the chat has started on their party page.

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HeXetic

This is great, using it now.

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blowMeNeo
I'll switch if someone can tell me how to get all the File Edit View menus and the address bar on one line and just have the tab bar beneath it. I hate wasted space, even at 1600x1200.

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I agree, I have the file edit view etc. menu, the addy bar, bookmark toolbar and foward-back buttons all on one line.

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NeoXY

just sent my e-mail...hope to get a key soon..:)

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