Opera: Fastest browser on earth?

Discussion in 'other software & services' started by POS, Jan 19, 2006.

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  1. POS

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    Actualy, is Opera the fastest browser on earth, or Firefox 1.5 is now faster?
     
  2. zapjb

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    Opera is.
     
  3. Slovak

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    Opera
     
  4. Oddbod

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    I would say Opera as well, it opens (loads) quicker than FF, has a better interface & quite simply loads pages much faster than FF ever has for me (untweaked & tweaked)
     
  5. Acadia

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    No contest, Opera.

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    You got me Brad. :D
    IMHO Opera is the fastest browser on my system. :D
     
  8. tansu

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    Honestly Maxthon is the fastest browser on my system but I commonly use opera.
     
  9. Tassie_Devils

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    Well, I just got Opera, second post [did test one] and so far I am verrry impressed.

    did not think I would be, but....:thumb:

    and its FAST... phew, never thought I'd see it faster than others I have.

    very impressive....

    TAS
     
  10. Acadia

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    Oooooooo. BigBuck, I owe you one!! :blink:

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  11. I have Opera and KMeleon. KMeleon is faster on my system.
     
  12. Ga1tar

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    On my system Opera wins everytime, Firefox seems a little to sluggish firing up but once it is up and running runs just fine
     
  13. Opera is number one, always was.

    Opera is one of the best kept secrets on the Internet, especially in the United States.

    Cheers
     
  14. Acadia

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    Yeah, if there is one browser faster than Opera it is K-Meleon, but the thing is too darn geeky to use.

    Acadia
     
  15. ronjor

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    Piece of cake. :D
     

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  16. Acadia

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    Show off!! :p

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  17. gerardwil

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    Just another shot and I think its easier than FF and Opera

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  18. Carver

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    OPERA, I've been using it for 2 1/2 years. Which is when I first heard of OPERA. I constantly see the legons of Firefox, I ask them what is so great about Firefox, what they say can be sumed-up in one word extentions. That said I have Firefox on my computer because of the change proxy extention. I use Tor + Privoxy as 0ne proxy and Jap as my second proxy. I use OPERA all the time, I am posting from OPERA. Firefox is dead slow, always has been.
     
  19. iceni60

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    i don't really know how fast any browsers are. here's my Opera.
     

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  20. ugigyiof

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    Yeah, the funny thing is that many of the preferred extensions for FFox have been default-implemented in Opera for many years now. :rolleyes:

    That said, if one is happy with FFox, why not stick with it?

    Opera users know what they use and why, other people simply don't know what they're missing, but that's their loss. I guess that's fine with me...

    Been trying to explain many on-line users why Opera is such a good choice compared even to FF and Kmeleon (not to mention IExplorer ;;) of course), but I got tired of it...

    No big deal.

    Cheers
     
  21. iceni60

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    you can customise Opera just as much as firefox, my sister did most of the stuff with my opera when she was trying out Ubuntu but i think it's done by editting the ini files and with bookmarklets.
     
  22. Dansman

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    why do stupid posts like these get 21 replies.. this user whoever posted this should be banned indiffenetly from using a computer.
     
  23. POS

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    May I ask you why?
     
  24. Slovak

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    Why should it matter to you what the question is? You're not even a registered user. I believe the poster asked a legit question, and it was obviously something he wanted an answer to.
     
  25. Acadia

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    Hmmm, must be a FF user! :D

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