64-bit Opera

  • Start64!After watching a video in a Web site, you may want to save the video file into your local disk for playing it offline in the future. If the video file is stored in your browser's cache, this utility can help you to extract the video file from the cache and save it for watching it in the future.

  • Start64!Opera is one of the many Android browsers that users can install from Google Play Store. Lots of Android users prefer this particular application because they are using it on the desktop as well.

  • Start64!Vivaldi is a web browser developed by Vivaldi Technologies, a company founded by former co-founder and CEO of Opera web browser. We must make a new browser. A browser for ourselves and a browser for our friends. A browser that is fast, but also a browser that is rich in functionality, highly flexible and puts the user first. A browser that is made for you.

  • Start64!The Adobe Flash Player 16 is lightweight software. The app requires little RAM power to run the software. The feature makes the latest version 16 of Adobe Flash Player offer high quality performance along with being highly communicative multimedia software app.

  • Start64!64-bit operating systems are popular like never before. Even though 64-bit software is available for some time, web browsers still try to adopt to the more powerful x64 computer architecture. A 64-bit web browser is a software that is capable to use a 64-bit architecture, supported by your processor and operating system. Which means it can process more memory out of your system if necessary.

  • Start64!New version! - The second-oldest browser currently in use, Opera debuted way back in 1994 and continues to attract attention. Opera covers the basics with tabbed browsing, mouse-over previews, a customizable search bar, advanced bookmarking tools, and simple integration with e-mail and chat clients. Mouse-gesture support, keyboard shortcuts, and drag-and-drop functionality round out the essentials.

  • Start64!New version! - Usually, when you want to visit some of your favorite community websites, buy something over Internet or just check your mail, you are asked to enter your login information. Unfortunately it may happen that when you try to log on to websites you hardly ever visit, you just can't recall the password.

  • Start64!During the last ten years, Internet Explorer (IE) has completely lost its reputation - mostly thanks to its poor performance, stability issues, security vulnerabilities and a lack of functionality. IE became a joke among PC users. But luckily for its fans, Microsoft hasn't given up hope. In fact, it improved things drastically in the last three versions. However, IE9's performance is still remarkably poor compared to the other web browsers.

  • Start64!Opera has never gotten the sort of attention and respect it deserves, at least judging by its paltry market share in most parts of the world. But the browser has always been on the cutting edge when it comes to web technologies and standards.

  • Start64!Opera 12 is now in Beta, meaning it's ready for wider testing. If you're an Opera fan, there's no reason to skip this, Opera 12 Beta will install alongside your regular release and have a different profile. If you're not an Opera fan, there may be something in here you'll like. There are plenty of changes and new features in Opera, from the big and obvious to the subtle.

  • Start64!The development of Opera continues apace and for anyone wanting to try out the very latest features of the browser, there's a new version to install. The latest build of Wahoo (the codename for Opera 12) is available for the first time as a 64-bit release for both Mac and Windows users and the latest snaps shot also features improved support for HTML 5 and CSS3. As with previous builds of Opera 12, it is possible to install this alongside your current stable version of the browser so you can try it out while maintaining the version you have become used to.

  • Start64!Opera may have seemed distracted with the release of Opera 11.60 and the subsequent minor updates, Opera 11.62 is just around the corner, but it's been working on the grand Opera 12 all the while.  It's ready to unveil some of the progress being made on Opera 12, which promises to be a major release. What's more, it's also debuting the first native 64-bit builds of Opera 12 for Windows and Mac OS X.

  • Start64!Following our Google Chrome (32 bit vs. 64 bit), Internet Explorer 9 (32 bit vs. 64 bit) and Firefox (32 bit vs. 64 bit) posts, here is another one: a comparison of last week’s Opera 12 Lab builds. Testing notes: both builds have identical build numbers and were tested with default installation settings.

  • Start64!As the snow settles on the ground, and the elves draw close to finishing construction of all their toy orders, it may not surprise you to learn that Opera's little helpers have also been very busy, adding exciting new innovations to our desktop browser!

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