Opera 10.53 Beta (For Linux And FreeBSD) Available for Download

Opera 10.53 Beta (For Linux And FreeBSD)Opera Inc. today released the first beta version of Opera 10.53 for Linux and FreeBSD variants. It is also considered to be the fastest and feature rich Linux browser available.

Opera 10.53 beta promises a better KDE and Gnome desktop integration. You can now download and try it on your Linux or FreeBSD system.

Opera installs more easily than ever on Linux with its own native libraries and the menu bar can be easily reinstated. Faster JS engine and graphics library are some of the notable features of Opera 10.53 Beta.

Features of Opera 10.53 Beta For Linux and FreeBSD :

  • Enhanced Private browsing.
  • Widgets can be installed as normal applications.
  • Turbo-charged browsing.
  • Better KDE and Gnome desktop integration.
  • 8 times faster than previous versions.
  • New zoom slider and view controls.
  • Opera 10.53 Beta For Linux and FreeBSD – Download Here

Rescue Your Data From A Failing Hard Drive

Have you ever heard a PC’s “Click of Death”? Then you must be a lucky lad! They are nothing but the clicking sounds made by Zip and Jaz drives when they begin to fail. The sounds are heard when the disks are inserted or when they are spinning in the drives. This clearly indicates your hard drive is going to die.

If you are diligent, you would have made full backups of your data. If that is not the case means, act fast!

What Should I Do Then?

Hard-DriveSimple. Buy or borrow an external drive, plug it in, and copy all your critical and important data. You have to offload everything you can and install a new drive before the old one dies.

If your hard drive is in extreme critical stage, then you won’t be able to boot Windows. Therefore, running any file-copy operations becomes impossible. Then you can try Linux-Based boot CD. I recommend Ultimate Boot CD. This will help.

After downloading the file, burn it to a CD and run the Linux OS straight from the disc. It gives you access to your drive without running Windows. Now you can easily offload all your files before your hard drive kicks the bucket.

What To Do If Everything Else Fails?

If everything fails then you have no choice but to seek professional help, which will, of course make your wallet lighter. Seek out a professional data recovery service. Be prepared to spend some bucks for the rescue.