Opera is a free and open source web browser and web software with over 5 million users developed by the Opera software company. It is used for general internet applications such as displaying websites, receiving and sending e-mails, managing communications, IRC online chat, loading through the BitTorrent protocol, and reading web feeds. Opera is free to use on PCs, mobile phones and tablets.
Operas key components include tab-based browsing, small and zoomed-in features, a variety of mouse cursor shapes, and an integrated loading management section. Operationally, Opera has a built-in protection against phishing attacks and malware such as worms or Trojan horses, as well as the ability to maintain security when browsing websites and deleting personal information such as cookies.
Opera runs on a variety of operating systems such as Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, FreeBSD and Solaris. Although Operas browser capabilities are far superior to Firefox and also known as the fastest web browser, it only accounts for a small fraction of the computer browser market, though Opera has a stronger market for mobile devices such as mobile phones, smartphones and digital assistants. Someone has one. Opera is available for devices running Symbian OS or Windows Mobile. Nearly 2 million mobile devices have Opera software. Opera is also the only browser available on Nintendo DS and Wii game consoles. Opera is the most popular web browser in some countries like Ukraine.
Opera Turbo: By compressing pages and images by 1, 2, or 2 times (depending on the speed of the Internet connection), it speeds up the loading of web pages by several times.
Opera Unite: To share your favorite files over the Internet, without having to upload them to other sites
Opera Link: Quickly synchronize your browser information to another Opera or computer
Private browsing: To safely browse web pages without leaving a trace on your computer
Opera extensions: Opera extensions that have been added to this browser since version 2.
Opera Mail: This feature is one of the best features and features that make this browser superior to other browsers. This feature can be subscribed to and updated with feeds and blogs. It also has the ability to fold and sort.
Speed Dial: Quick access to preset sites in the new Tab.
Mouse Gestures: Perform common browser commands such as opening a new Tab and returning to the previous page by holding the right mouse button and moving the mouse in the specified directions.
Extensions: A replacement for Opera widgets that function like Firefox extensions.
Windows XP or later
512 MB of RAM
300 MB of free disk space