Wednesday, February 19, 2014

How To Uninstall Opera Browser in Linux OS

If you want to uninstall a copy of Opera that was installed via one of the tar packages, switch to root via the 'su' command (or preface the following with 'sudo') and issue the command:
If you receive any error along the lines of 'uninstall-opera: command not found' you can also try one of the following:

How To Uninstall Opera Browser in Linux OS

How To Uninstall Opera Browser in Linux OS
Opera is a high-speed browser for computers. Pages and tabs load faster, even on slow internet connections. Opera checks risky sites, alerting you to potential threats. Opera privacy settings also let you surf the web without being tracked. Put all your top websites right on your home page with Speed Dial in Opera. Add new favorites with one click. With hundreds of options, Opera extensions add useful services to the browser that give you more to discover on the web. Or choose from a variety of colorful themes to personalize the browser window. Store your bookmarks, Speed Dial sites and passwords using Opera Link, and you'll have instant access to all your favorite stuff on the go - wherever you may go. Customize your browsing experience in Opera, from keyboard shortcuts and mouse gestures to preferred ways of searching.

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