We all have something unique to show when it comes to our workspaces. So, we wanted to share what ours look like: Desktop loop. Show us what's on your desktop. #mydesktop #opera pic.twitter.com/InyBW2I3KQ — Opera (@opera) September 12, 2014 Learning Japanese. Show us what's on your desktop with hashtags #mydesktop #opera, & we'll share it...

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Do you have an Amazon Fire TV keeping your living room entertained? We’re happy to announce that there are new apps created with an Opera Software technology coming to the Amazon Fire TV, a set-top box from Amazon that brings online content to your Smart TV. Opera has a unique technology called Opera TV Snap...

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Sometimes, you want to make sure that a tab won’t be closed accidentally. This is where pinned tabs in Opera for computers can help. Simply right-click on a tab and select Pin Tab. A pinned tab will stay permanently at the left of the tab bar. This can be very useful when you have a lot of...

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Having a slow internet connection can be seriously frustrating. We’re used to being able to instantly access information, connect with people and get things done online. But, sometimes things happen to make your internet connection crawl, such as the broken undersea internet cable in Southeast Asia that is expected to take around 20 days to...

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For nearly a decade, Opera Mini has been a trusted mobile browser to millions of mobile phone owners across the world – giving them faster and more affordable internet. We’ve constantly worked to make Opera Mini available on a variety of platforms, based on how our users are accessing the internet. Now, Opera Mini is available...

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This has probably happened to you: you’re on vacation, on a business trip or even just outside your own home, and your internet connection is slow. The flashback to 90’s dial-up overtakes you, and you find yourself at a loss. Well, you can speed up your browsing experience with Opera Turbo. Get faster internet with...

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There’s a quick and easy way to check if you’re browsing securely. The green padlock Look for the green padlock in the address bar, on the left from the website’s address. If it’s there, this means that your connection has been secured and you can be sure which website you’re visiting. It’s important to make...

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