Opera rules. See this example.

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  1. aryayush

    aryayush New Member

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    Hello!
    When you come across a picture on some webpage while browsing in Opera, if you right click on the image and click on 'Image properties', it even gives you details that the image was made in Adobe Photoshop CS2, etc.
    I knew this. However, yesterday I opened a picture taken from Sony Ericsson K800i at GSMArena.com and was pleasantly shocked at the incredible amount of detail available for the picture. Have a look yourself by clicking on the thumbnail below:
    [​IMG] 116 KB ( 118715 bytes )

    This is just a small preview of the huge features archive of Opera. I just found it so cool that I thought I should post it here. :p
     
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    RCuber The Mighty Unkel!!! Staff Member

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    Well Whenever pictures are edited or created with such softwares or cameras , some details get stored into the image file. Most cameras now have this feature , and also does Image Editing softwares ( PS ;) ). Opera just retrives those details and displays it . If you save that file into your computer and chk its properties the you will see the same details in the summary.
     
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    what ever,
    i dont see any other browser that offers this

    OPERA RULES:cool:
     
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    blueshift Wise Old Crow

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    yep. Opera rules in 'that' case.
     
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    Opera is the only browser i know,that can extract the EXIF info from an image.
     
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    Yeah, I know about EXIF information that is attached with pictures. What I meant to show was what shaunak, blueshift and dIgItaL_BrAt have mentioned, that Opera is the only browser that displays it. :)
     
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    SE and Opera rules man
     
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    opera rocks! dont know why 25% ppl use mozilla n ie(66%)
     
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    IE is used because it is bundled with Windows...most people just use what they are given. Only geeks like us bother to experiment!
     
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    Opera is the fastest browser for windows from my experience. But firefox is faster for Linux.
     
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    Opera is the King.
    This is another example
     
  12. ~Phenom~

    ~Phenom~ The No.1 Stupid

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    wow , this is a cool feature of opera.
    Really opera is great.
     
  13. 1. Because it is open source.
    2. It has loads of extensions and plugins and themes.


    Lastly

    Firefox and mozilla rules and rocks.

    Opera sucks.
     
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    Opera is the SHT they even have a browser for sellfones.....Opera mini...But firefox isnt bad either
     
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    Opera rules..
    Do you know why because everyone is behind IE and Firefox so the hackers,crackers and other *kers.

    So we Opera fans surf the web peacefully....
     
  16. What the heck you mean it is not Open Source.
     
  17. shivkumar

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    I recently downloaded Opera 9 beta and installed it. Really I have to accept that it rocks. Though I am a fan of firefox and most of the browsing i do on it but i felt that opera renders the pages (especially with lots of picts) faster then ff. Earlier also, i have tried opera (Version ???) but that V9 is really cool and worth trying even for die hard FF fans.
     
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    1> does it really matter if the source is closed or open? i mean how mant times do you actualy edit the source and recompile it?

    2> opera has themes and widgets which offer all the functionality of plugins and extentions.

    plus opera is a whole lot faster and safer [yes its proven]. it comes with a download manager, mail client, rss reader, bit-torrent support, widgets, mouse guestures, etc....
     
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    yup whether the software is open source or not matters only to the developers... not to end users like me...
    also firefox asks for extensions n plugins for displaying media on loaded pages... but opera comes loaded with evy possible necessary plugin
     
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    IE & FF are light years behind Opera.
    What opera creates today is copied by others tomorrow.
    & as far as reviews & statastics are concerend, everyone knows that in todays marketing world everything can be "arranged". Although, I must add that I'm not blaming "anyone" (refers to everyone) here.
    But come on man, how many times is it that critics have slammed a particular movie, but you actually loved it. My point is in the end of the day, we should measure a thing by how much easier & better the thing has made us feel. This is just an excellent example to prove how a "single tongue" survives between 32 teeths.
    I think my point is clear.
     
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