Opera Mini the Fast Browsing solution for Portables.

The war between many popular browsers like Mozilla, Safari,Opera & Internet Explorer comes under the PC Segment but what about the Portable Devices??

Well you guys will be surprised to know that Opera Mini is the only successful browser for Portable devices available today. This browser is Free to download & offers Fast browsing on this platform. This browser is available for most of the Portable Devices available which can be considered one of the reasons for it's popularity among portable devices. these days many Devices come Preloaded with Opera Browser like Sony Ericsson's P990i

It has some cool features which are increasing with every upcoming Version :
  • Share your photos & add them to your blog.
  • View RSS feeds
  • Access secured sites with secured connection.
  • Download files & other stuff

& all this can be done with blazing fast speed..
It's latest version i.e. Opera Mini 4 Beta 2 can be downloaded from here :- Download
OR
Download Opera Mini 3.1 : Download

Bob Matharoo


1 comment:

BEBAS TRIK said...

You can run a DNS cache on your computer. This will speed up the process of looking up domain names when browsing. The difference is about 30-60 ms for me. Multiply that difference by the number of websites you visit a day for an approximate estimate of the speed improvement. Of course, all this would be worth it if it weren’t for the fact that setting this up is way too easy.

The following instructions are for someone with a cable (broadband) internet connection, where the computer gets it’s local IP address using DHCP from the router in your house/office:

The package we will be using for caching nameserver lookups is called dnsmasq. So first, install it using:

$sudo apt-get install dnsmasq

(If you can’t find then, then you probably haven’t added the Universe repository to your list of repositories.)

No uncomment the following line (that is edit the line to NOT have a “#” in the beginning) in the file /etc/dnsmasq.conf:
listen-address=127.0.0.1

Now edit /etc/dhcp3/dhclient.conf and make sure the section below exactly like this, especially the line that says “prepend domain-name-servers 127.0.0.1;”

#supersede domain-name “fugue.com home.vix.com”;
prepend domain-name-servers 127.0.0.1;
request subnet-mask, broadcast-address, time-offset, routers,
domain-name, domain-name-servers, host-name,
netbios-name-servers, netbios-scope;

Explanation for the above change: In the normal case, when you get a new dhcp lease, the dhcp3 client (tool) on your computer gets a new lease, and updates the /etc/resolv.conf file on your computer with the right values for the DNS servers to use (usually some machine in the network of your hosting provider). Adding the “prepend” option as we did above ensures that “127.0.0.1″ will appear on the top of the list of DNS servers. That magic number refers to your own computer. So in the future, whenever your computer needs to resolve a domain name, it will forward that request to dnsmasq (which is running at 127.0.0.1 - your computer). If the details for the domain name are already in you cache, well and good, dnsmasq will serve it up and make the process real fast. If it is not in the cache, then dnsmasq will look at the /etc/resolv.conf file and use the nameservers listed below the “127.0.0.1″. I hope that explains things.

Now open the file /etc/resolv.conf in your text editor. It probably.........
more details are here:

http://allaboutmypc.blogspot.com/

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