Opera: The Big O Drops An Update

They said it couldn’t be done. They said no man could pull it off. But Opera did it anyway.

Of course, I have no idea what they were talking about. But for the fine folks at Opera software it clearly was possible to achieve at least one important goal: dropping yet another Big O in the laps of consumers everywhere. Today they’ve dropped the new 11.64 update–notably skipping 11.63 (how are they! It’s unprecedented in the world of software, right? Wait, you mean 11.63 appeared on OSX? Oh, okay then)–which addresses a number of minor security fixes, crashes.

If you’ve never given Opera a try, now’s as good a time as any. The browser’s always been extremely fast, stable and secure, making it a complete mystery as to why it isn’t as popular as Firefox or Chrome (perhaps Opera just lacks the marketing dollars–I’d have to look it up but I’m too lazy), but hey, whatever–it’s free.

Go try it already!

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