Opera Browser Review: How to Install Opera on Kali Linux 2021 [GUIDE]
Users for Linux addicted of customisation and customisation in sense of browsing, opera browser has defeated almost every browser in 2020. Let’s talk about opera browser features, and it’s installation process with video tutorial.
Topics of the posts
- Features of Opera Browser
- Installation Process for Kali Linux
Features of Opera Browser
In the opera browser 68 version. We are getting many new features in this latest updates. Let’s talk about it’s new updates one by one.
Instagram in Opera’s sidebar
Operating systems like Kali Linux, Ubuntu and other Linux system does not have any Instagram official software built In or provide through apps package list. But with Instagram built into opera’s sidebar. Earlier we were just having Facebook messenger, Telegram etc sidebar apps.
Always at hand
It is very easy to surf Instagram and keep up stories, photos and Instagram messages. It keeps Instagram always available in your sidebar, so you don’t have to keep switching between tabs. It will feels like you’re using Instagram on your Android Smartphone.
View, like, comment, and message with Instagram on your desktop – all while you browse the web.
Get Better View
Watch Instagram stories, access your personal feed, and explore all of Instagram on a big screen.
Divide your window between the Instagram app and your browser for easy multitasking.
And many more Instagram features like direct messaging, feeds, and all of Instagram in there in the latest Opera Browser update.
Unit Converters on Opera Browser
Built-in currency, measurement, and time zone converters in the Opera browser convert unfamiliar numbers and times with a simple highlight.
Whenever you’re reading the news, doing research, shopping, making travel arrangements, or simply browsing the web – Opera’s Unit Converter tool is great to have on hand.
The Unit Converter tool is built right into your Opera browser. There’s no need to search for a conversion webpage, copy/paste the relevant information, and search menus for the right currency or unit.
Since it’s integrated into your browser already, you can convert currencies, measurements, and time-zones with a quick highlight.
Unit Converter is easy to use and does the work for you – with precise conversions and current currency exchange rates.
Shop at online stores around the world without worrying about nasty surprises on your credit card bill. Opera’s built-in currency converter supports several currencies with updated rates from the European Central Bank and the National Bank of Ukraine.
Free VPN on Opera Browser
The best things in life are free, and your privacy and security should be no exception. While free VPNs may be hard to come by, Opera proves that it is still possible to have a secure VPN browser without having to pay and without browser extensions.
Browse with a virtual IP address that helps hide your location and lets you view the web with enhanced privacy.
Opera’s free VPN doesn’t just improve your privacy and security, it also blocks many of the cookies that track you online.
The free VPN is built right into the Opera browser. There’s no need to download any additional extensions or addons.
There’s no subscription or payments of any kind. Just download the Opera browser and start browsing privately, for free.
Works out of the box
To activate the free VPN for the first time, enable it in Menu -> Settings -> Privacy -> VPN. From now on you will see an icon on the address bar showing VPN status. Simply click on it to trigger VPN service on and off. You can then select your desired virtual location and also see stats on the data used.
To enable VPN in Opera:
- Go to your Settings (Alt+P).
- Select Advanced in the left sidebar, and click Features.
- Under VPN, toggle on Enable VPN.
When you enable VPN, you’ll see a VPN badge to the left of your address and search bar. Click on the badge and you will be shown an on/off switch, information about the amount of data transferred, your virtual location, and your virtual IP address. There, you can also switch VPN server locations to switch virtual IP addresses. Enjoy the best free VPN built into your Opera browser.
Opera Installation for Kali Linux
2 steps to install opera on kali linux.
- Download Opera for Linux
- Install it using Linux terminal
To Download opera for Kali Linux, Read below link.
Install Opera On Kali Linux using Terminal
#Step 1. Open terminal on the folder where you have downloaded your Opera Browser.
#step 2. type the following command as shown in the picture or pasted below inside the code box.
daud@kali:~/Downloads$ sudo dpkg -i opera-stable_68.0.3618.63_amd64.deb
#step 3. It will ask you select Yes if you want to update Opera with the rest of the system and No if you don’t want to do so.
Congrats, you have successfully installed Opera Browser 68th version on Kali Linux 2021.