7 Reasons to Use the Opera Web Browser on Linux
Jul 06, 2010, 21:21 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Eric Geier)
"Firefox is a great open source web browser for Linux and other
OSes, but have you checked out Opera?
"The Opera web browser runs on Windows, Mac, and Linux. You'll
also find its available on many mobile phones and devices. Yes, its
closed source, but its still free. Plus its packed with some great
features. Right now we're going to look at six of them, not really
in any particular order.
"It has its own spell checker
"If you're a long time IE user, this just might be one of your
favorite features. Unlike IE, Opera has a spell checker built right
into the browser. So any forms or text boxes you fill out or type
in will be spell checked. No more spelling goofs on comments you
leave or postings to Facebook, Twitter, and other sites."
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