Switching to an alternative web browser makes sense for a number of people. Firefox and Opera are developed rapidly, with new features, security fixes and other enhancements released on a monthly basis. These are fast browsers, supporting the latest web standards, and ship with a range of extensions and gadgets that expand the core functionality. Firefox has a number of backup and synchronisation extensions, which enable you to sync your data between your Firefox browsers, irrespective of the operating system or location of the browser.
Opera 9.5 Preview 2 has just been released and one of the many new features is the function to synchronise personal data with other installations of Opera, though my.opera.com. You'll need an online account with my.opera, but this will enable you to safely backup your bookmarks and then synchronise them with another computer. Idea if you want to keep your Opera-based bookmarks synchronised at home and work.
Also, what's a USB stick?
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