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media: Opera 6.0 for Windows Launched After Record-Breaking Beta

From: David Poehlman <poehlman1@home.com>
Date: Sun, 9 Dec 2001 16:31:04 -0500
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Opera press releases
Simply the Best Internet Experience:  Opera 6.0 for Windows Launched
After Record-Breaking Beta

Oslo, Norway -- November 29, 2001

Opera Software ASA today unleashed Opera 6.0 for Windows, a browser with
an array of new and improved features, including a completely
customizable user interface, and new speed boosting features for
improving users' Internet experience. The previous beta version launched
at COMDEX November 13, has broken all records for a beta release, with
more than 500 000 downloads in the two weeks since the launch.

Opera 6.0 for Windows reaches out to users accustomed to competing
browsers' single document interface (SDI), by offering an enhanced
version of SDI as an added option on top of Opera's traditional multiple
document interface (MDI). Opera newbies that are not used to browsing in
MDI can now start in familiar surroundings, immediately making use of
Opera's power-user features, and later have the option to change to
Opera's more advanced MDI environment.


Download Opera 6.0 for Windows here:
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