Opera is Upgraded to Version 9.64

Credit:  Opera Software ASA.
Credit: Opera Software ASA.

Even though Opera is not doing too well in the Desktop arena, its engineers are always busy making improvements to their small footprint software.

Opera 9.64 is a recommended security and stability upgrade, incorporating the Opera Presto 2.1.1 user agent engine. Opera highly recommends all users to upgrade to Opera 9.64 to take advantage of these improvements.  For more  technical information regarding this new release, please click here.

Opera started in 1994 as a research project inside Norway’s largest telecom company, Telenor. Within a year, it branched out into an independent development company named Opera Software ASA.

Today, Opera Software develops the Opera Web browser, a high-quality, multi-platform product for a wide range of platforms, operating systems and embedded Internet products—including Mac, PC and Linux computers, mobile phones and PDAs, and game consoles and other devices like the Nintendo Wii and DS, Sony Mylo and more.

If Opera Web browser is your cup of tea, please click the link at the bottom of this post and download Version 9.64. Good Day.

Download Opera 9.64

2 thoughts on “Opera is Upgraded to Version 9.64”

  1. I have tried to learn to love Opera and even paid for it back in the old days and still have the paperwork on the buy. But I just can’t like it much anymore.

    I am having enough problems with Chrome. I need to convince somebody to fix it so that when you click on your bookmarks and then go to one of the links, the bookmarks panel closes. Duh.

  2. Hi Abe:

    I know what you mean about Opera. I remember paying $9.00 for a diskette in the old days. Back then I had a 386 system and worked well.

    Now, I prefer Flock and Firefox. I just keep Opera in the back burner just in case.



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