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Gallery: Opera Unite turns your PC into a server

The idea behind Opera Unite is to take the client-server computing model and toss it into a browser. Your computer can share content with other PCs on the Web without servers.
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Opera unveiled technology it calls Opera Unite, which lets your host Web sites directly from your own computer.

According to Larry Dignan, the idea behind Opera Unite is to take the client-server computing model and toss it into a browser. Your computer can share content with other PCs on the Web without servers.

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My Opera Unite page (services listing)

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Here's a listing of services from Unite Opera.

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Give your PC a name.

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A safer way to share files directly from your computer.

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Select folder (file sharing)

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Fridge is a place where people can leave notes on your computer.

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Opera Unite includes a media player.

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Opera Unite lets your share your photos with friends without needing to upload them.

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You can host a chat in the Lounge

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Panel (not logged in)

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