opera 10 final

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  1. lodore

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    Cool! Is there a portable version?
     
  3. lodore

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    not yet but it will soon appear here
     
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    Finally!
    Thanks for the information.
     
  5. rdsu

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    Is working very well... :D
     
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    Good news. Opera 10 betas / RCs worked like a dream on my linux machines. Opera in my opinion is the browser of the moment.
     
  7. rolarocka

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    Yeah very fast and light. GJ Opera
     
  8. HAN

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    Did they leave the integrated web server out of the final build? (Can't remember the name @ the moment!)
     
  9. lodore

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    Unite isnt included in the final.
     
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    Unite! Thanks!

    Also glad they left it out. IMO, web servers have no business in a browser. But they should come with kitchen sinks! :rolleyes:
     
  11. Eice

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    Only because they couldn't get it ready in time. Expect to see it in the next version.
     
  12. HAN

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    If it works out that way, then permanently count me out of Opera. IMO, Unite has nothing to do with a browser and it has security issues written all over it. Not to mention privacy too.

    IMO, if they want to offer a web server, fine. But make it a separate app or a separate download add-on to Opera. But don't integrate it as part of the product.
     
  13. lodore

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    its off as default and shouldnt cause any problems unless you enable it.
    i think it should be like voice thou aka download it if you want to use it.
     
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    It works like a charm...well done
     
  15. demonon

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    Great, let's check out whether Opera 10 can replace Chromium.
     
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    Thanks Lodore.
    The best browser went final. :thumb:
     
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    :thumb: Running smooth as silk. :D
     
  18. The_1337

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    Opera 10 working very well right now. I'm not sure if anyone else had a problem upgrading from other beta builds. I thought I had upgraded to each subsequent version, but I looked at the About and it said and it said I was using 1727 instead of 1750. Then I tried to install it and nothing was removed. I ended up deleting the Opera folder and installing it from the beginning.
     
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    I ended up doing a clean install to the first RC.
    Someone else had mentioned in another Opera thread that they waited a few days and that an update was available thru the browser.
    I did that with the final today and it installed over-the-top flawlesly.
     
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    Updated and good to go :thumb:
     
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    if it wasnt for my addiction to my firefox extensions id be using Opera 10 since its my next favourite browser
     
  23. Kerodo

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    But it IS faster than FF. I don't use it either, but that much I know for sure.
     
  24. Kerodo

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    I'd opt for Chrome yes..... it's as quick or quicker than Opera..... without all the extra stuff I don't want or need.
     
  25. firzen771

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    but packaged with all those privacy issues now isnt it ;)
     
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