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Opera celebrates 150 million users

Written by James Delahunty @ 01 Dec 2010 1:57 User comments (3)

Opera celebrates 150 million users Opera is celebrating reaching a new milestone: 150 million users are now using its Web browser (mobile and Desktop versions.
The website was changed on Wednesday to display the "inbox" of Opera co-founder Jon S. von Tetzchner. You can browse through folders of his inbox and read the mail in it, but the most important item is the very first one which states that the entire Opera team is out celebrating a 150 million user milestone.

Opera crossed 100 million users in April 2010, a figure which includes mobile versions of its web browser.

The recent release of an Opera 11 beta brought tab stacking, a new way to manage tabs, and also provided support for HTML5 and extensions. The company is also working on an improved auto-update system.

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3 user comments

11.12.2010 16:04

Desktop version is pretty decent I'm still stuck on Firefox though. Mini however, I use that almost exclusively on my BB.


22.12.2010 15:18

Oprah did what? lol kidding...

This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 02 Dec 2010 @ 3:19

Just my $0.02,


35.12.2010 13:05

I've been using Opera since 4 years...bypassed Firefox completely. Until recent years most of the must have features were exclusively found on Opera..Now I have Firefox installed too..sometimes Opera has trouble with some sites.


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