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Opera gives away its browser, with no ads

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Opera Software will no longer force users of the free PC version of its Web browser, Opera, to view advertising banners.

From Tuesday, the company will give away an unrestricted version of the software for use on personal computers.

The free software is now available for download, in 20 languages, from http://www.opera.com/.

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