Though a launch date for Opera 10 hasn't yet been set, Opera is hoping the updated application will lure users away from Microsoft's Internet Explorer 7 by building on Opera 9's use of small Web applications called widgets.More info at CNET.
Opera 9 was released June 20. It's intended to combat IE 7's release later this year, according to Opera.
"Opera 9 is the first salvo towards IE 7. We're trying to give a user-friendly experience and eliminate problems," said Thomas Ford, public relations manager for desktop Opera software.
Opera gives preview at version 10
Posted on Monday, July 31 2006 @ 22:01 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck