Download Opera web browser for your personal computer and enjoy fast web browsing experience.Opera is a secure web browser that is both fast and rich in features. It has a slick interface that embraces a modern, minimalist look, coupled with stacks of tools to make browsing more enjoyable. These include such tools as Speed Dial, which houses your favorites and Opera Turbo mode, which compresses pages to give you quicker navigation, (even when you have a bad connection).
Opera has everything you need to browse the web via a great interface. From startup it offers a Discover page that brings fresh content to you directly; it displays the news you want by topic, country and language. The Speed dial and bookmarks pages are also available to you at launch, which gives you easy access to the sites you use the most and those you’ve added to your favorite list.
Requirements: Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / Windows 7 / XP 64-bit / Vista 64-bit / Windows 7 64-bit / Windows 8 / Windows 8 64-bit / Windows 10 / Windows 10 64-bit
Languages: Multiple languages
Date added: July 12, 2016
Author: Opera Software
MD5 Checksum: 35EE8A1816DB638128BA7B30CE35EDA3
Opera boasts a metro style inspired speed dial screen, but it also allows you to switch back to the previous design choice (especially useful for users who do not exactly appreciate the Windows 8 interface). The items on the spring board can be moved around and grouped into folders. There is a Google search bar and buttons for the three main sections, Speed Dial, Discover and Bookmarks. Nothing exciting going on here, let’s move on.
Discover is a wall full of article stubs. The items are presented like a magazine and are gathered from news sources and article sites. They encompass science, sports, art , gaming, food, health, busyness and more. You can customize this section by selecting what kind of articles it should display. Changing the language will bring up articles in the selected language (more than thirty). This feature is DANGEROUS! You can start simply by browsing through the headlines, maybe changing the topics, when finally something will catch your eye. You will follow the link and then spot some other interesting article. So forth and so on until you’ll realize that you’ve spent three quarters of an hour reading random articles when all you wanted was to check your e-mail.