LinuxPR: Opera 4.0 for Linux Beta Released: Linux Closer to a Better Internet ExperienceOct 06, 2000, 14:48 (2 Talkback[s])
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"Opera Software today released a Beta version of Opera 4.0 for Linux, bringing the best browser alternative for Linux one step closer to a final release. Bringing the browser from Technical Preview to Beta, means that the Internet community now have the opportunity to interact and assist Opera in providing Linux users with the best possible Internet experience."
"Opera 4.0 for Linux is part of Opera Software's ambitious project to port its popular Opera browser to the most popular platforms in the market."
"Opera 4.0 for Linux has now reached a stage where we reach out and invite the Linux community to participate in the development of the browser even more closely than before," says Hakon W. Lie, Chief Technology Officer, Opera Software. "This is a great release, and with the help of Linux aficionados everywhere a final release will come faster, be stronger, and result in a browser that Linux users can identify with," he ends.
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