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To call Opera the alternative browser might appear to slight Firefox. I’ve never used Opera so I am in no position to compare, but I love Firefox.
As a firefox user, I agree. I called it the “alternative alternative” because Firefox is the “alternative”.
Yes, but… Opera was an alternative long before Firefox was even a twinkle in daddy’s eye. The Norwegians clearly earned their “alternative” label first.
But no matter…they’re both strong alternatives. I use both, and like ’em equally well for different reasons.