OperaTor – added 12/10/2007

OperaTor is an Internet software bundle that combines the power of the Opera Web Browser, The Onion Router and Privoxy and can be easily installed on a portable memory (pendrive, usb stick, hard drive) to allow anonymous surfing while at an internet cafe, library etc.

Opera @ USB – added 12/10/2007

Opera @ USB is a standalone version of the famous Opera web browser. It runs from any USB flash drive with no unwanted effects on IE or other browsers and make no entries to the registry. Opera USB 9 has the same features as a normal desktopversion, surf the web, write an email, use IRC and having your contacts, preferred settings and bookmarks with you – anytime and everywhere.

Opera – added 10/22/2005

Opera for Windows introduces the looks and the performance of an exceptional Web browser. The most full-featured Internet power tool on the market, Opera includes pop-up blocking, tabbed browsing, integrated searches, and advanced functions like Opera’s groundbreaking E-mail program, RSS Newsfeeds and IRC chat. And because we know that our users have different needs, you can customize the look and content of your Opera browser with a few clicks of the mouse. It is now ad-free and more feature rich than ever!

Opera @ USB-Stick – added 5/31/2005

The fastest und simplest way to use Opera on a USB-Stick/FlashDrive is to use op8usbe.exe.

OperaBookmark – added 6/3/2005

This is a small and simple utility that converts the Opera browsers bookmarks and exports it so that it can be used by Netscape, Mozilla, or IE. I looked hard for a solution to this, as Opera’s export functions makes a mess of this.

Optool – added 6/3/2005

Optool (formerly Operatool, now Optional Browser tool or Open-in-another-browser-tool – or whatever you like!) for MS Windows is a utility which easily allows you to open a given web site in another browser. Use it if your preferred browser doesn’t show the site properly or if you are a developer and want to check the page in several browsers without the hassle of cutting and pasting the URL.

QuickShow – added 6/3/2005

QuickShow is a presentation authoring and display tool that runs on the Windows 32 bit platform. It is suitable for professionals and students alike who have a need to produce quick and easy standards compliant presentations for their own use or for easy distribution on the web.

OperaAdFilter – added 6/4/2005

Take control of your web browsing experience – get rid of ads – once and for all. With OperaAdFilter you can: block ad banners in your browser and restrict unwanted websites.

Bookmarklets for Opera – added 6/3/2005

Bookmarklets are tools for power surfing. Each tool is a small JavaScript application which you can bookmark directly from the page and use from your Dropdown Bookmarks or Hotlist. All Bookmarklets listed here have been tested with Opera.

Opera Customizer & Profile Maker – added 6/3/2005

Opera Customizer & Profile Maker is a tool that can customize a number of hidden settings in Opera, and can also setup any number of new profiles for the Opera Browser. These profiles are accessed through shortcuts which are placed on your desktop. A new instance of Opera6.ini and other necessary files which make up the profile are stored in a folder in a sub directory of the main Opera directory called ‘Profiles’. Each profile can be run independent of your original Opera setup.

OperaAdFilter – added 3/4/2005

OperaAdFilter will quickly and easily block ads in the Opera Web Browser. Block Ad Banners in your browser and Restrict unwanted websites.

OperaCD – added 3/4/2005

OperaCD is Polish user’s initiative to promoting Opera browser. OperaCD is a CDROM with Opera browser with extra bonuses like skins, wallpapers and search.ini editor. instaler is in polish language, but if you want you can do it in your language and give the best browser other people.

the Panelizer – added 4/11/2005

The “Add panel” button adds an entry to Opera’s or Firefox’s bookmarks or Mozilla/Netscape’s panels list. The page will be directly available as a panel in Opera’s “Panels” (F4) or Mozilla’s/Netscape’s Sidebar (F9). In the case of Firefox, you’ll have to open the page in the “Sidebar” by selecting it from the Bookmarks.

Opera File Explorer – added 6/3/2005

Opera File Explorer is a tool which allow users of the Opera web browser to view and maintain Opera’s Cache, Cookies, Global History, and Visited Links.