Linked by Kroc Camen on Fri 18th Sep 2009 18:51 UTC
Opera Software You all know that I don't particularly like Opera. I find the product to be lacking polish, over-complicated and without the marketing pizazz that has made Firefox a household name. That's just my personal opinion, and that opinion has garnered many complaints of unjustness. To that end, to present a fairer discussion I would like to put a simple question to the community: "What should Opera do?".
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RE: hmm
by gtada on Sun 20th Sep 2009 06:11 UTC in reply to "hmm"
gtada
Member since:
2005-10-12

"So make it an browser and not 10 halfbacket tools."

Opera to me seems to be one of the best pachaged all in one style solutions I have ever seen, most end users I have shown Opera to tend to agree. Though one thing I do notice is that virually no one uses all the features, but it has something for everyone, and thats not a bad thing per say.


So they built the Edsel of browsers? ;) What one thing do they do better than any other browser?

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RE[2]: hmm
by kenji on Mon 21st Sep 2009 15:42 in reply to "RE: hmm"
kenji Member since:
2009-04-08

What one thing do they do better than any other browser?

1) Tabs and tab management
2) Built in synchronization
3) Bookmark management
4) Speed, although it is not the fastest browser out there it does remarkably well considering the feature set.
5) Undo and trash can. I don't know of any other browser that has the ability to resurrect (multiple) closed tabs

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