Opera is a graphical Web browser available on several platforms. The desktop version described in this manual page runs on GNU/Linux and FreeBSD. Versions for Windows and MacOS X are also available. It is also well noted on mobile devices as well. In this tutorial we are going to show how to easily install Opera 12.16 in […]
497Posted November 13, 2013 by Enock Seth Nyamador
If you are avid Firefox and Google Chrome user might have asked yourself this question. How can I import Google Chrome bookmarks into Firefox browser? It seems difficult as first, but is very easy. There are two simple ways to do this. Import: 1. From another browser (now available in new Firefox browsers). 2. From html […]
Everyone familiar to Linux has the right skills to install the applications he or she likes, but what about Linux newbies? Who is going to help them in their Linux journey? How can i install opera browser in Ubuntu? Opera Browser Opera is a web browser developed by Opera Software available in Microsoft Windows, Mac […]
Gradually our computing trends are changing in favor of cloud. Today we tend to do most of our works in the cloud via our web-browsers, from storing files to accessing them, sharing files or collaboratively editing them; every other task is rendered in our web browser, making web browsers all the more important desktop program.
The month of September has been quite an eventful period for Browsers this year. First two of the leading browsers released their latest versions- Google’s Chrome 14 and Mozilla’s FireFox 7.0, on Sept 15. The surprise of the month, however, was an amazing new browser, by Amazon, called the Amazon Silk, which debuted on their […]
Have you ever wondered when would Chrome finally surpass the usage share of Microsoft Internet Explorer? Or when will Chrome exceed the usage share of Mozilla Firefox? At what instant of time will Chrome become the ultimate browser with (approx) 100% usage? When will Internet Explorer vanish from the browser market? In this post we […]
Gradually all the data from our desktops is moving into the cloud on the web. We seek to accomplish most of our day-to-day jobs (and rather trivial jobs) from preparation of document, presentations and spreadsheets to computation, media conversion, minor photo editing etc. via web-apps. As the web becomes the center of our daily computing, […]
For open source web developers, here is an advanced new kid on the bloc, the Dragonfly debugger, the beta of which was recently launched by Opera. Opera is one of the top three web browsers and is differently-abled from the regular browsers. However, Dragonfly is a first for Opera in more than one sense. They […]
Opear11 is released, the new release is 30 per cent lighter than the previous version, and comes with many new features.The new release allows tab stacking, which means you can drag one tab on top of another to create a stack.