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Day by day Opera becomes unpopular
jackob11 last edited by
And Now I got that; day by day why Opera becomes a true piece of shit.
Why a great popular company becomes hatred.
Above the link I mentioned, in there those peoples comments are so true.
Now Opera has security vulnerability problems, has millions of bugs of Opera's products but still developers do release further new stable version with those bugs, and thousands of bug reports are being ignored, forced users to see fake, annoying, vulgar ads, Day by day problems are increasing in Opera products, Products quality falling down & so on..
After Opera owned by Chinese then it suckszzzzz.. as well & as it will be.
slytheringirl last edited by
@jackob11 I agree, Opera has gone down hill in quality these past few updates especially on Android. However, it seems to be a growing trend with most browsers these days. Most software/app companies seem to be focussing on quantity (amount of features/unnecessary and unwanted bells and whistles) than quality (compatibility and stability).
jbrandon last edited by
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