Published on Dec 12, 2016
Opera is an Internet suite which handles common internet-related tasks, including visiting web sites, sending and receiving e-mail messages, managing contacts, and online chat.Opera is developed by Opera Software, based in Oslo, Norway.
Description of Opera (web browser)
It runs on a variety of operating systems, including Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Solaris, FreeBSD and Linux systems. It is also used in mobile phones, smartphones, Personal Digital Assistants, game consoles and interactive televisions. Technology from Opera is also licensed by other companies for use in such products as Adobe Creative Suite.
In addition to the web browser, the other main component in the desktop versions of the Opera suite is the Opera Mail client, previously known as M2. Opera Mail supports regular POP and SMTP mail as well as IMAP. It also has an Address book. Opera Mail also features a newsreader and a newsfeed reader for RSS and Atom, as well as an IRC client for online chat.
New features in Opera 9
There are several new features in Opera 9. The most important ones are:
" Simple BitTorrent client, targeted towards novice users.
" Content blocker (also known as AdBlock).
" Thumbnail preview of tabs (when hovering mouse over them).
" Site specific preferences (pop-up blocking, cookies, scripts, user style sheets, user-agent masking)
" The ability to create search engines from a textfield.