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    Default Opera Joins Chrome and Firefox On The Rapid Release Bandwagon

    You can call it clever marketing if you like, but one thing seems clear; this type of version numbering seems to resonate with consumers. To keep a fickle generation of web users engaged with a brand, browser makers need to be seen as innovating as quickly as Google, or risk being left in the dust. Firefox famously re-enforced this concept by jumping from version 4 to 5 in a matter of months, and Opera is getting ready to join the party with today’s alpha release of Opera 12, less than two weeks after the debut of version 11.5.
    http://www.maximumpc.com/article/new...ease_bandwagon

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