Opera® 10 for Windows® 7
Windows 7, Microsoft newest operating system, goes well with Opera 10, a web browser developed by Opera Software. The browser is available free on the Internet for personal computers, but for some devices its not free.
Despite the fact that Opera has captured only a small fraction of the worldwide personal computer browser market, it has showed many key features of modern browsers, and assessments of Opera have been largely positive. It does have a stronger market share on mobile devices such as personal digital assistants, mobile phones, smart phones etc. This article takes you through some of the interesting Opera New Features
Opera handles common Internet-related tasks such as displaying websites, sending and receiving e-mail messages, managing contacts, IRC on-line chatting, downloading files via BitTorrent, and reading web feeds are handled quite well by this browser. Opera 10 also includes features such as Web Integration, Re-sizeable Search Field, Inline Spell Checker, Auto-update, Automated Crash Reporting and many more.
Security and Privacy Features
Some of the security features of the browser include fraud protection, built-in phishing and malware protection, strong encryption when browsing secure websites.
Opera offers automatic 256-bit encryption which is the highest available security of any Web browser. It also supports Secure Socket Layer (SSL) version 3, and TLS.
Although, not all Web pages are safe, but Opera 10 Fraud Protection automatically detects and warns you about fraudulent Web pages and Websites. Fraud Protection is powered with phishing information from Netcraft and PhishTank, and Malware protection from TRUSTe.
Inline spell checker
Now, you can check spellings on your Facebook wall, blog or Web mail. Opera 10 underlines all the misspelled words, so that you can express yourself without reservation. You will always have the most complete and updated list of all languages by using the popular Hunspell dictionary format in Opera browser.
You can tell Opera 10 to use your Web mail service as your default mail client. Clicking on email addresses or “Send by Mail” in Opera will open the compose page from your Web mail service provider. The same is true with the Feed reader ”” you can now also add any RSS/atom feed into your favorite online feed reader from within Opera 10.