Opera 9 (non-beta) now available

  GaT7 12:59 25 Jun 06
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According to the version changelog it became available a few days ago, 20/06/06. To download click here. G

PS - Apologies if already posted - couldn't find it in a forum search

  spuds 13:39 25 Jun 06

Don't think that it as been posted, if so, just another great timely reminder.Downloaded and installed. Thanks Crossbow7.

  ade.h 14:59 25 Jun 06

The only place that it was mentioned was on the end of an older thread about the Beta release. I happened to spot in my postings. It's pretty good, though as far as I can tell, there's still no ad blocker, so Firefox is still my default.

  Mr Mistoffelees 16:09 25 Jun 06

Got it, installed it and using it. So far seems good and seems to be faster too.

  Input Overload 18:36 25 Jun 06

And very good it is too.

  Jimmy14 18:54 25 Jun 06

Yeah very good internet browser I must say. A really good point about it is that it saves my username and password for any log in type website i go onto if i allow it so i accepted it for Pc Advisor and now every time i come on here i only need to click the wand at the top toolbar, very helpful

  ade.h 19:06 25 Jun 06

Do you log off when you leave the forum, then? I prefer to stay logged in as I have set the bookmark to take me straight to my postings.

  Jimmy14 19:13 25 Jun 06

yes i log off but its just a click away every time i click on pc advisor , just click the wand and I'm logged in. Better than IE any day

  Mr Mistoffelees 22:03 25 Jun 06

I've been using Opera since version 7 and it just gets better.

  GaT7 16:40 28 Jun 06

^bump & close. G

  Mr Mistoffelees 17:35 28 Jun 06

I must say the handful of bugs I had noted in the Beta of Opera 9 have not so far shown themselves in this full release version. This does seem to be the best version yet.

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