We are not complaining just for the sake of it, but because we are long time Opera users that loved it for what it was.
If you are really a long time Opera user you should know that Opera was born with all of its features, taling years to be what Opera Presto turned into. And also should know what Opera Software's staff is capable of if they were given enough time.
It's our criticisms over the years that made it the great browser it was.
ROTFL. Kinda of a interesting sentence coming from someone with a two days account that seems to have come here just to rant and post flamebait comments.
It's also interesting seeing people coming to these foruns and self proclaiming themselves as old/long time Opera users that have always supported Opera's features when i, as i real long time Opera user, clearly remember that every single feature added were followed by lots of complains like "why are you adding features instead of fix bugs?", "why you are turning Opera into a bloatware?", "You've added lots of unnecessary feastures while Opera can't be used on site A, B or C." and so on. Where were those now so called old users back on that days to support Opera?
And why the hell people can't post good negative feedbacks? They are a far more useful for Opera Software than those stupid rant.
Wow, that's interesting. I'm always interested in more browsing speed. I sure hope when it comes to Opera, with this 64 bit version, if you install it, your profile, bookmarks, speed dial, etc. from an earlier 32 bit version will carry over.
Far from me to even mention it, but your operating system does not sound to be of the most optimised of installations. Did you suffer from any of the problems you face now, before the re-installation/upgrade ?. Oh, and what exact version numbers (found in 'Menu /About Opera') of Opera were and are you currently using ?.
We all know why Opera is slow to the dance. They didn't think that they would need to have a personal bookmarks bar (thinking that the Speed Dial and Stash would be enough). Well, they understand now it isn't enough -- that their public and prospective public demands for desktop computers adequate tradtional bookmarking -- and so they added the bar, but on follow-up refinements (like the actual bookmarking) they still need to play catch-up, because the competing browsers already have this type of feature.