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In order for mobile devices with Internet access to new market to operate a project was launched Work on mobile device platforms in 1998. Up to this point Opera trialware and had to be purchased after the end of the trial period. 5 version. 0 (released in 2000) saw the end of this application. On the other hand, advertising for users who had not paid was sponsored ads at work. Later versions of opera gave the user the choice of seeing banner ads or targeted text advertisements from Google. With 8 5 version (published in 2005) that have been completely discarded Classifieds and primary financial support for browser wine thanks to revenues from Google (contract runs the default search engine). Introduced new features in version 9. (published in 2006) 1 was fraud protection using technology from GeoTrust, a digital certificate provider, and PhishTank, an organization that has followed the known phishing sites. Many features of the previous versions have been removed, and Opera mail originated separately in a separate application by 12. Opera includes tabbed bar embedded markers, navigation accessories and a download manager. Opera offers an unlimited number of pages in the form of a miniature screen allows remote access, add the user, is displayed when you open a new tab. Speed dial makes it easy to navigate the user to the selected 100 percent winners browser Web pages. Enlarge page text, images and other content such as Adobe Flash Player, Java platform and can be adapted to help narrow-minded, vector graphics can be reduced or increased. This process reduces the amount of data sent and is especially useful with slower Internet connections, load pages faster, or are there restrictions or costs depending on the amount of transmitted data. A safety device is the option of deleting personal data, such as HTTP cookies, history, cache items and passwords with the click of a button. Users can search through the removal of personal data from a shared computer. When you visit a Web site, the work displays a locking plate into the details of the address bar display on this Web site, including security certificates. The browser checks the Web site, which is visited against blacklists for phishing and malware and displays a warning page when it matches one of these lists. To catch security holes and other bugs of the software before you can use or a serious problem, Opera Software maintains a public Web form where you can send users of bug reports. In January 2007, Asa Dotzler of the competing Mozilla Corporation launched the Opera software to read information about security vulnerabilities in opera, in December 2006. Dotzler claimed that users is no several vulnerabilities that would be in the prΘcΘdente of the opera version available, not realize that upgrading to the latest version or risk being exploited. Opera software has introduced a new release cycle, which consists of three panes that can be downloaded and installed separately: developer Opera, Opera Beta and the final version of the work. New features for the first time developers tree, according to the views of users, account required to progress the beta and finally to agents. Opera's developers can look at the first tests of the new features, especially for developers, creator of expansion and early adopters. The developer of the opera is not intended for daily browsing, as it is unstable and has a tendency to fail or hang, but can test new features still in development phase, without affecting the normal browser setup advanced users. They are often published new versions, as a rule, one or two times a week. Beta is a complete function of the scene of the opera, for stability and quality matures before its final release. Every two weeks a new version is published. The two versions can be installed over the official publication without interference. Everyone has a different symbol, so that the user can distinguish between the variants. Besides the edition of opera for personal computers, there are versions for a variety of devices. Opera Mini is a microbrowser, especially for mobile phones, but also for smartphones and PDAs. It uses the Java ME platform up to 4 versions, require the mobile device to run Java ME applications. The microbrowser started as a pilot project in 2005. Opera Mini requests Web pages on servers of the company Opera software that processed and compressed before new redirect pages for mobile phone. Opera Mini is the default browser for an existing Microsoft phone function and ASHA, Microsoft acquired from Nokia this product lines could make Opera Mini on a 100 million phones a year. However, Flash-powered versions were quickly praised and stable to cope with the latest Web standards and ensure better compatibility and a modern interface. . . . . .