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One of the most innovative web browsers


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Nowadays we can find some powerful web browsers and Opera is in the Top group.

You may know Firefox, Chrome, Safari or Internet Explorer, but Opera is probably the one that adds more innovations in each release.

We could say it is the king of add-ons. It was the first to include important add-ons that are essential nowadays for any internet user.

That's one of the reasons why you should try Opera, but the rest of reasons have to do with surfing speed, reliability, safety and resource consumption.

If you want to try a powerful web browser, you should give it a try. You won't be disappointed by Opera.
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