January 10, 2005
Opera 8 for Linux beta, leaves users speechless
Anonymous Reader writes "Opera Software on Thursday released the first public beta of version 8 of its popular Opera browser for Linux. The Linux beta follows last month's beta release of the Windows version. Like the Windows version, Opera 8 for Linux boasts new usability features that include improved RSS handling, fit to window or paper width, a start-bar for easy access to the most commonly used functions, and automatic update checks. In contrast to the Windows beta release, which touted the incorporation of Opera's voice technology, Opera 8 will leave Linux users' browsers, well, speechless."