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POLL: Will you change your default Pocket PC browser to Opera 8? [CLOSED]
Posted by Arne Hess - on Sunday, 05.02.06 - 19:07:13 CET under 10 - Polls - Viewed 19391x
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It's some days now already, that Opera's public beta of its Opera 8 for Pocket PC is available and we should come closer to the final version of Opera 8 for Pocket PC.
I'm sure, most of you have tested it too, at least the one who are using the Pocket PC for web access also, like I do and the question is if you will "upgrade" to Opera 8 for Pocket PC or if you will continue with the inbuilt Internet Explorer Mobile or if you have found your alternative already, like NetFront or ThunderHawk and therefore you are not using Internet Explorer Mobile anymore but you have no reason to change to Opera anyway.
What do you plan to do, for sure - I know - it depends on the price of the final Opera 8 for Pocket PC version anyway.

Will you change your default Pocket PC browser to Opera 8?

Total votes: 185
Yes, I am happy with Opera 8 and will upgrade7540.5
No, I will stay with Internet Explorer Mobile4524.3
No, I have found an alternative already105.4
I am not sure yet5529.7

Cheers ~ Arne


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Posted by smeg6 on 05.02.06 - 20:56:12

I voted for not sure yet.  I tried the beta, and really liked it.  There were a few essential things that were buggy, and I thus removed it.  But if the final version fixes those bugs I will definitely be using it.

Posted by Rick on 05.02.06 - 21:51:26

I've been testing Opera on my PPC and have found it a great improvement over the WM2003 version of IE.  The WM2005 version of IE is also much better than previous versions, but Opera has it figured out.

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