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Opera gets a nod

     
3:11 pm on Jun 14, 2000 (gmt 0)

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Opera got a nod over at http://www.arstechnica.com as a good browser for alternate OSes as well as handheld OSes like Epoch.
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btw: opera 4 beta5 was released. Suppose to be the last beta before final. Quite a few bugs yet, but mostly stable. The recent post b5 builds have been stable most of the time (cept for that &^%$ email client).

Also, the 4'th alpha of the Linux X-Windows version is out and it sounds stable also. Imagine that, the open sourcers paying for software...