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Fun Opera User Facts

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Back in January the Opera Desktop Team started to collect some anonymous usage stats about how people use their Web browser. They prompted 1 in 100 users to enable the usage collection setting, and I was one of the people to jump on the bandwagon.

Unlike most companies who collect the stats, they wanted to share some of the interesting findings they saw. So what could they have possibly found? These are the ones that I found interesting:

* 51% actually change the home page address
* The status bar is quite popular, so we consider turning it on by default again.

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