In message <Pine.LNX.4.33.0105041727170.9866-100000 at jkcray.maths.ul.ie>, "John
A. Kinsella" writes:
>I've tried Opera for Linux. I'm impressed. Goes like greased electrostatic
>discharges, "helper apps" work fine too.
>>Does it die after N days, site says Win version does, not sure about Linux
Nope, it's ad-ware... which is sorta annoying... but quite tolerable
when it comes down to it, since you have a fully functional browser
which just keeps on going (for both the Windows & Linux version)...
ye can register it to get rid of the ads if you want, but I personally
We've installed it here recently and it seems to be becoming quite
popular among our users... and should be rather nice once there's
support for the java plugin & whatnot... though something has gone
more, but that's just me niggling 'cos I'm a cheap bastard who
likes free sms ;-)
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