Opera has stepped up the browser heat with Unite. The fledgling technology launched on top of the Opera 10 beta is an interesting collaboration tool that might just change the way users look at the Web browser.
on 06/26/2009 – Made popular on 06/26/2009
I used Opera mainly for the Unite feature now to be abandoned.
It is missing in v. 12. Some say its features will re-emerge in future extensions etc. Until then, Unite is still accessible in v. 11. Where do I get the v.11 deb?
Lest we forget; there are more browsers out there than just the big three. It wasn’t that long ago that Opera was one of the top contenders in the startup browser community and users even paid for that privilege. Opera has hung in there over the years by offering innovative features not available in other browsers.
Opera Software has finally managed to reach the beta stage with the latest version of its, to a degree, popular web browser for Linux. Opera 10.53 Beta 1 has been launched for Linux and FreeBSD, the first release of a somewhat stable build. While Opera 10.5x has been available on Windows for a couple of months, Linux users have been left out. Opera 10.53 Beta ...
Opera now offers features like unite which helps to bring people and information together in a personal and private way. Opera turbo is another nice feature which offers higher browsing speed on slower connections. Opera link is another nice feature in opera which enables you to synchronize bookmarks and more.