Friday, March 31, 2017

Opera Neon Portable, the future of web browsers?
"In terms of aesthetics, Neon is appealing, but the novelty of its interface means some retraining may be necessary. For those who just want websites to load quickly and happily accept browsers as largely undifferentiated commodities, Neon's glow of novelty won't last long. But web designers and developers may find Opera's experiment intriguing." —Thomas Claburn, (13 Jan 2017 at 08:30)
"Neon is without a doubt a bold move, one that incorporates out of the box thinking. However, it does not have enough now to get power users to cross over. It might, however, find favour with those who like to read and browse a lot. And we can expect there is more going to come out of the Opera stables with Neon." —Nandagopal Rajan, (January 14, 2017 10:00 am)
"Opera, the Norwegian browser maker acquired last year by a Chinese investment consortium, has introduced a new experimental browser called Opera Neon....after two decades browsers have become rather stale and are tied to a document-centric model that doesn't reflect the way people interact online today....Like gravity, frequently used tabs will float to the top, while less important tabs will sink to the bottom." —Charles Humble, (Jan 13, 2017)
Opera Neon concept browser is Opera vision for the future of desktop browsers.

Size: 152 MB (160,100,352 bytes) Packed Size: 52.1 MB (54,722,560 bytes)
MD5: A552E513CAF89F7DFA006BB6C85410AB

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Portability Notes

  • Opera Neon stores settings in Windows registry and writes non essential data to Windows data folders while running.
  • Flash Player writes to Windows registry while running.
  • Make sure it exits cleanly before plugging out your thumbdrive.

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