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Opera releases beta browser for Macs

Opera Software showed off the second test release, or beta, of its Opera Web browser for Apple Computer's Macintosh operating system. Opera 5, demonstrated at the Macworld Expo in New York, works for Mac systems 7.5.3 and higher. But those with systems before Mac OS 8.0 will need to install an Appearance Manager. New to Beta 2 is more support for Java and auto-completion of Web addresses in the address bar. Starting Wednesday, the browser is available from VersionTracker.com. On Thursday, the browser will also be available from Opera's Web site and elsewhere on the Web.

Opera Software showed off the second test release, or beta, of its Opera Web browser for Apple Computer's Macintosh operating system. Opera 5, demonstrated at the Macworld Expo in New York, works for Mac systems 7.5.3 and higher. But those with systems before Mac OS 8.0 will need to install an Appearance Manager.

New to Beta 2 is more support for Java and auto-completion of Web addresses in the address bar. Starting Wednesday, the browser is available from VersionTracker.com. On Thursday, the browser will also be available from Opera's Web site and elsewhere on the Web.