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Opera is pushing "widgets," or small, easy-to-use Web applications, in its new release. The widgets pages feature a list of customizable gadgets from games to podcasts. Widgets can also be run outside the browser. Here is a list of the featured news RSS feeds that are available.
The Opera 9 browser incorporates security and privacy features intended to tame the wild, wild Web. Users can clear cache and history when exiting, accept or reject cookies, and use 256-bit encryption with newer encryption standards. It also displays security information inside the address field.
Opera allows people to easily customize their toolbars. The black arrow (right) points to the toolbar of favorites.