Wii Browser


Feedsee Games : Wii Browser : Opera Web browser released for the game console

In 2006, Nintendo and Opera brought the Internet to the living room couch with a free beta version of the Opera Web browser. Wii owners who were connected and have activated the Wii Shop Channel can download a free beta version of the Opera browser to activate the Internet Channel of the Wii Menu and begin surfing the Web. The final version of the Opera browser was available at the end of March 2007, and wwas free for all Wii owners to download through the end of June 2007. After June, users who haven't already downloaded the Opera browser could go to the Wii Shop Channel to download it for 500 Wii Points. The Internet Channel provides an optimal Web browsing experience on people's home television. The Adobe Flash-enabled beta version of the Opera browser puts the Internet right onto owners' television screens and lets them browse with ease, enabling them to check sports scores, plot maps or visit their favorite Web sites. I've been watching Youtube from the comfort of my couch and it is a lot of fun (don't click full-screen mode until the clip has played through once). It has a great zoom feature that helps size the video portion of the page. Sometimes a JavaScript error message comes up; in that case, reset things and come back.

Opera Web Browser

The Opera web browser is a free, multi-platform web browsing software developed by Opera Software AS, a Norwegian company. Known for its speed and security, Opera offers a range of features that make internet navigation smoother and more efficient. These include a built-in ad blocker, free VPN, battery saver, and a sidebar for quick access to bookmarks, history, and more. Opera is also known for its innovative features such as Opera Turbo (for compressing web pages for faster browsing) and a predictive website preloader. It supports a variety of web standards and has been praised for its compliance with modern web technologies. Opera runs on a variety of operating systems, including Windows, macOS, Linux, and various mobile platforms.