Opera 8.50 - Now free!

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    My bad, I thought that was the time it took to start the application. If you haven't read the article Kermi3 posted, you should.
    EntropySink. You know you have to click it.

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    You people do realize that you're arguing about a Web browser, right?

    Mind if I join in? :-)

    Fellow Opera users, let's just let the troglodytes roil in their vastly inferior browsers. It's their loss.

    And Firefox smells.


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    Just got Opera, I like the look and feel of it but you can't seem to collect Favourites info from FF/IE
    (Unless you can and I'm just blind)

    *edit*

    FF doesn't smell. Actually you didn't specifiy what it smells like so you might have meant it smells good, then I'd be looking like an idiot. Of course it's debatable that you look just the same for not being specific.

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    File->Import and Export->stuff

    You can import favorites from several browsers, including FF and IE.
    EntropySink. You know you have to click it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rashakil Fol
    You people do realize that you're arguing about a Web browser, right?
    Go ahead... search for threads like this. This isn't the first time and certainly won't be the last.
    EntropySink. You know you have to click it.

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    I still prefer lynx.
    fast, reliable, stable.

    and not a whole lot of advertisements to put on ignore.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Henager
    If the average user can put a CD in and boot the system and follow the prompts, he can install and use Linux. If he can't do that simple task, he doesn't need to be around technology.

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    To each his/her own.
    EntropySink. You know you have to click it.

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