There are a lot of free Internet browser software on the Internet, such as FireFox, Opera, Safari, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, etc. Some are gaining users, some are losing users, you might have switched from one browser to another. However, you should keep in mind that it’s not wise to keep all your eggs in one basket. If you rely too heavily on the FREE services and applications supplied by a sole commercial company, it’s definitely not a good news. Once it has became a monopoly in the special market, there is no guarantee that the FREE lunch will keep free, perhaps it will do evil to get high revenue which will satisfy the Wall Street.
According to the reasons I listed above, I’ve switched my web browser to Opera, it’s not the best one, but it does the job.
If the definition of your screen is larger than 1024 X 768 pixels, you might want to change the background color of you web pages from white to some thing not so glaring, it’s easy as pie to perform this task if you are using the lasted version of Opera.
Now I’ll show you how to do it step by step, first click the “Preferences” item under the “Settings” menu to bring out the “Preference” dialog, then navigate to the “Advanced” tab, click the “Content” in the left panel, you will notice that there is a button named “Style Options”.
Hit it to bring out the “Style Options” dialog, you will see the filename of your css file under the label named “My style sheet”, in this case, it’s “C:\Program Files\Opera\styles\user.css”.
Now launch Notepad as administrator, copy and paste the following code into it and save the file as “C:\Program Files\Opera\styles\user.css”.
Restart the Opera browser to let it take effect.
You can change the color to the one you prefered, you can also use an image file as the background picture, for example:
If you visit www.Bing.com( an alternative to Google ) in Opera, it will looks like this: