A lot, really, a lot, of people are quite unhappy with that, not just because they are killing the long loved Presto, but because they are killing almost all the reasons that made people like me and like you, to use Opera in first place.
So, that’s the news about Opera…
Now I’m going to present you a good, cool, small, lightweight, fast, complete, open source, free, totally customizable, extensible true alternative to Opera!
I’t called Midori Browser.
Midori Browser is a WebKit based lightweight web browser that it is, well, what Opera used to be, I mean, powerful yet small and fast.
Now, let’s see some screenshots of Midori Browser running here on my desktop (Debian 8.0, GNU/Linux).
As you can see, it’s a pretty good looking browser, and with true extensions you can add almost any feature you like.
As I’m writing this post, Midori lacks something like Notes and a integrated Mail client. Hey! If you are a developer you can easily make one yourself!
Bottom line is.
Opera, in the past Midori has learned a lot from you, now you can learn back a lot from Midori.
Users, if you are unhappy with Opera, there are good alternatives out there, just like I’m showing you now.
Hope you liked ii 😉