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Does it have extensions and themes though, and does it still use those stupid toolbars?
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Slightly off-topic but the soon-to-be-finalised IE7 has closed the gap considerably,

Have to agree with that, I have been using Opera for a little while now, mainly for the tabbed browsing, and security. But the main issue I have is that we are talking "browsers" The primary function of which should be to .......browse? Unfortunately I find myself having to crank up IE to the rescue when Opera fails in its primary fuction. Granted, it's not a lot of sites, but I fail to see why there should be any, barring possibly MSN's own sites, where they may like to sabotage other browsers.
So I will be looking very closely at IE7.
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In my opinion a must for firefox is Firetune found it in tutorial:

There is one utility to auto-optimize FireFox called FireTune. This will change the values like the ones that you see above, along with many other advanced settings that will substantially improve page load times and browser speed.

I use it, amazing increase in speed
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