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oh great another great browser
i might miss the browser bar unless it's a type centric ui
surprisingly very fast
i don't mind not having the bookmark bar
Waiting for Netscape navigator neon myself
Downloaded last night and not yet sure what to make of it, but it's fun to see something so different. I tend to use browsers for different reasons: On my personal computer, Safari is still preferred, and I use Firefox mostly for web work. At work I use Chrome for all work related needs and my bookmarks reflect that (we use Google tools, mail etc. at our agency), Safari for personal browsing, and Firefox if I never need to some web work since I prefer the tools there like WebDev toolbar and Firebug.
I could see using Opera as a narrow focus towards photography and creative content. Already do that on Safari but, I don't know... there's something I enjoy about each browser having a certain purpose.
I can't quite figure out the purpose of the screenshot tool though. Any ideas?
It's surprisingly fast on a 100years old notebook
Clearly she was looking at QBN's Dude of the day thread when she smiled at the end of the video there..
waiting for more reviews........
"Our main focus with Neon was to explore new ways of bringing beautiful web content front and center in the browser experience. Neon will not replace the current Opera browser but is simply our vision for the future of how browsers might look in the future. Some of its new features are expected to be added to Opera this spring."
It's based on chromium, so the dev tools and other thinks are very chrome like.
I really enjoy the splitscreen option. And the dedicated 'play' space for videos and music sites.
other than that...it's just another browser :-/ a fast one though.