File sharing with Opera 10.10 Unite

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Article from Issue 111/2010
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Version 10.10 of the Opera web suite lets you put a server in your browser.

A whole generation of new websites and social networking infrastructures let you share images, files, music, and text conversations with friends. These tools are mostly stable, and they are remarkably friendly for even the most technophobic user, but they also have some disadvantages. First, you have to upload your files, which can take time – for both the duration of the link as well as the extra measure of caution and editorial review you’ll need to invest before placing your files on a public server.

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