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The most stable and error free Opera browser

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Opera Next is the solution for those users who are not entirely happy with the latest version of this web browser. This alternative has been made fully stable and now operates error free, combining precision and quality in a single interface.

Opera Next comes fully equipped with several new features such as 'Discover' which brings you all the latest news and entertainment from all over the world, and where you will find a variety of news in your preferred language.

You can also organize your bookmarks from within the browser, improving access to your most visited sites on a fully personalized homepage.

The new version of Opera is more intuitive than the last and performs searches using multiple sources, and the all terrain mode compresses the pages for faster browsing, even when your connection speed slows down.

Another advantage is that Opera is independent of Opera Next, so you can have both versions installed without them interfering with each other, and maintaining them automatic updated.
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