Recently I did a video on how to get Firefox via FTP, and decided to try the same for the Opera browser. I found out that yes, you can download Opera the same browser-less way if you wish, but more importantly I discovered that yes, Opera does have a 64-bit version.
I unfortunately cannot post a direct download link to the 64-bit version of Opera – but – the video below will show you how to get it. The FTP way is shown first, followed by the browser way.
Bear in mind that on the Windows platform, your only other option for a true official-release 64-bit web browser is Internet Explorer 9 currently. Yes, it’s true that 64-bit Firefox exists, but it’s not official from Mozilla.
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