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I made the switch to Opera for web browsing « TechsWrite: The Helpful Techie

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I made the switch to Opera for web browsing « TechsWrite: The Helpful Techie.

Reblogging was a mess with included images, so I used the “Press This” bookmarklet.
I like to keep tech-related stuff on TechsWrite, so please have a read.  The blog has gotten another facelift, with new sidebars including a “Helpful Tutorials” section, so please comment if you like that, too.

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2 thoughts on “I made the switch to Opera for web browsing « TechsWrite: The Helpful Techie

  1. I am new to this blog so i dont know how it was before the change.
    I use chrome as browser.
    what did you use before Opera ?

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    • Details are in the link (at TechsWrite) I provided, and the “facelift” applies to TechsWrite. I used Firefox, and now and then I still use it, because Gwibber (social networking client, mostly for Twitter) and Thunderbird (Mozilla’s e-mail client) still open links in Firefox. I’ve set my default browser to Opera and so most of my programs link to that, except Gwibber and Thunderbird.

      Chrome/Chromium is a fine browser; my wife and daughter like prefer it. I’ve had problems with it and don’t use it much at all, but I have Chromium (Chrome the open source version, basically) installed for them to use.

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