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    "If this isn't a pre release beta Opera is in trouble!"

    July 4, 2013  |   By desertdan1


    None, what can you say !


    It is a big con! I have seen better browsers developed by kids !


    I have had Opera on my PC for years, and hope they wake up and read what their users are say in? Cnet i think would give a toilet paper app 5 stars I just hope Opera pays attention to the real world and brings us something useable!

    Updated on Jul 5, 2013

    I think cnet owes Opera a apology ! evidently this version is a PRE RELEASE BETA ! Had it been reviewed properly we all would have understood why it was such a mess! I see today that Opera released ver 12.16 which I will try!

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