Opera 2.0


On April 22, 1996, the Norwegian company Opera Software released browser Opera 2.0. The browser publically announced by Jon von Tetzschner and the user interface was only in Norwegian. Opera 2.0 included new features such as NNTP client and SMTP client.

On April 10, 1995, it was demonstrated publicly at WWW 1995 conference new MultiTorg Opera 1.0 web browser that used MDI (Multiple Document Interface) technology. The use of MDI enabled users to simultaneously open several windows of webpages within the browser. As of version 2.0, the browser’s name was shortened to Opera.

Opera 2.0
Opera 2.0
Opera 2.0 – Empty Page
Empty Page
Opera 2.0 – New Page
New Page
Opera 2.0 – Save As
Save As
Opera 2.0 – Find
Find
Opera 2.0 – Direct Addressing
Direct Addressing
Opera 2.0 – Multiple Document Interface
Multiple Document Interface
Opera 2.0 – The World's First Website in Opera 2.0
The World's First Website in Opera 2.0

Release Date

  • April 22, 1996

System Requirements

Windows

  • Windows 95
  • Minimum 386 PC (486 PC recommended)
  • 6 MB RAM (8 MB recommended)
  • 2 MB of disk space available (4 MB recommended)

Price

  • Freeware

Resources