Who killed Opera 12?
fdrk00 last edited by
I remember when someone (?) killed the best integrated Office App, Framework IV (made by Ashton Tate, killed too). I found many of FW developers into MS (...) staff. In 1985, FW was more performat than present (nowdays) MS Office both in flexibility, feature, programmability.
It's happening the same to Opera...?! I am using Opera since 1993 and I liked and used: print zoom, bar configuration, 3 types of bookmarking, note, link, turbo, unite, widgets, masking, mail, account, import-export, etc. But now, after they abandoned ver 12.16 that, day after day is less and less compatible, and ver 15 a TOTAL DISASTER, I am -sadly- moving to original Chrome: why should I use a bad copy of it???
Deleted User last edited by
Oh... I don't know. I rather like Opera 25 but if you find that it lacks too many features, then by all means - enjoy Chrome and good luck to you. :whistle: