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Opera Widgets

Posted By On March 30, 2007 @ 3:32 PM In Using The Internet | No Comments

Q:
Over the years, I’ve noticed that you don’t cover a whole lot about the Opera Web browser in your newsletter and I was wondering if you could change that for at least one day. Do you know of any extensions or add ons that have recently come out for Opera? I’m always looking for new things to add to it and thought I would look to you for some suggestions.

A:
You’re absolutely right. From time to time, we’ve included the Opera Web browser in our tips, but we’ve never gone into very much detail with it and to be honest, I’m not really sure why. We’re always telling you all that you should familiarize yourself with more than one browser, but I guess we always just kind of stuck with Internet Explorer and Firefox. But, that doesn’t necessarily mean we’re right, because Opera has its strengths too.

Just in case you’re not sure, Opera is another free Web browser available for download online. Their current version is 9.1 and they say “it’s a fast, fun and easy way to browse the Web.” Opera includes a lot of the same features as IE and Firefox, but it’s just not as well known. If you think you’re interested in adding another browser to your knowledge, you can download Opera 9.1 right here [1].

So, there you have it. Ten of the most recent and popular widgets for the Opera Web browser. If you’re a big Opera user, I’m sure you can find something to suit your needs. Check them out today and see what you think!

~ Erin


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