This guide was last updated for Opera 12.00
Welcome to Opera! This guide introduces you to the Opera desktop web browser.
It covers general stuff about the browser itself — layout, menus, buttons and so on, plus it explains how to browse the Web, and how to use the unique features to speed up your browsing. There's also a few tips on how to customize Opera to suit yourself.
How to find your way around the layout, buttons, menus and toolbars:
How to use the basic features of Opera to browse the Web:
How to use special features of Opera to browse even faster:
How to change a few settings to customize the Opera browser to suit yourself:
This guide applies to Opera on all three major operating systems - Windows, UNIX, and Mac.
Some menu options that are frequently mentioned in this guide include:
The term "right-click" throughout refers to using the right button on your mouse.
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