Why I left Opera (Linux)
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I've been with Opera Linux up to 12.16. (July 2013) Opera has received regular updates only for Mac and Windows But Linux users have been kept in the dark for over a year and have received no updates until late last year I asked on opera blog and got this friendly reply. [img]http://i1190.photobucket.com/albums/z447/Aaron_Holmes1/Screenshotfrom2014-02-17181808_zps93843c65.png[/img] [img]http://i1190.photobucket.com/albums/z447/Aaron_Holmes1/Screenshotfrom2014-02-17182234_zpsa7576fd6.png[/img] Loving you Vivaldi, you have updates for Linux and more down to earth. I Thank you guys very much
Opera now has X64 linux for some dstros, of course, but not X86.
Because I never installed Linux for regular use on one of my boxes until recently, and the only reason I DID install it was because it was a ton lighter than Windows on this antiquated P4 machine, then of course the only Linux I have is on two X86 towers. So I never had to leave Opera on Linux, because I never had it. Vivaldi released a 32-bit version for Linux, I think in their third snapshot, and so I have been a happy user of Vivaldi on Linux ever since.
I needed for some mobile devices as Netbook and Notebook a 32bit version. Opera didnt support Linux 32bit very well.
I left Opera browser on Linux because development, bugfixing and user feedback on x86 and x64 architecture was bad the last years.
Opera has now a Linux version but i think how long will this last? I think, Linux is not the prlatform Opera will really support for longer period. Operas goal is mobile market, not desktop.
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