What is Opera?
Opera is one of the more well-known web browsers in the market, and although its usage share is small compared to the top three giants in the industry, Opera boasts nevertheless over 200 million users and enjoys immense popularity in certain countries such as Ukraine. To call it merely a web browser is a sort of a disservice to the software, however, since it’s a full-featured Internet suite with capabilities beyond those normally found in browsers. Opera Mini is the mobile version of the browser, and is currently the most popular web browser application in mobile phones; its popularity made several phone manufacturers to bundle it with their devices as the default browser. This is mainly due to the fact that Opera still trumps the competition in regards to speed – voted as the fastest web browser in existence – and features, and though rather relatively unpopular, is still a very formidable challenger in its field.
Opera, first conceived in 1994, has since engineered several browser improvements and innovations in the past years that have been since adopted by the mainstream industry. Opera features integrated mail, a download manager, even a BitTorrent client, security features (anti-phishing and secure browsing), and a host of other features, including an IRC functionality.
File types supported by Opera
Our users primarily use Opera to open these file types: