Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 19th Jul 2007 18:32 UTC, submitted by Joe User
Opera Software Opera 9.22 has been released; mostly a bugfix and security release. "We released 9.22 today and it's a recommended security update. There are changelogs for Windows, Macintosh, and Linux/UNIX. Bit Torrent also received some nice improvements, so it should be quite a bit faster now."
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Joe User
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2005-06-29

If I was on windows I'd have to do it the hard way (i.e. manually downloading and installing).

LOL, if this is the hard way, you shouldn't use a computer to start off. No to mention the real hard way, that is on Linux where you have to either open the terminal and type some code, or search for the repository, add the line to the list of repositories, open Synaptic, search for the application and install, and most of the time it doesn't work as expected, or a dependency is not found. Gimme a break...

If you were a Windows user, you wouldn't have the ability to update all of your software (aside from Opera) at once from a central location

I don't care about having to update everything at the same time. On Linux there's always that update icon says there are new updates. I always leave it red. I update if and when I want. And what's the benefit of a central location? I thought you were against monopoly. I don't get it.

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