You must be only one of possible three people who use Opera browser in the entire world.
2.44% actually to be exact
Well, at least those are the website statistics of my personal website of the past month. I have IE, Firefox and Safari installed as well. I uninstalled Chrome, as I really start to dislike Google policies lately, like forced pushed update installations without user consent, stealing and tracking all browsing activity by default if users don't disable it, etc.
Safari is a resource hog and slow. Firefox used to be, and to a large extent is still favourite, but I like Opera's lean and clean look as well, and seems at the moment the browser with the lowest footprint, both in terms of installation and processor power. It is fast. There are just a few glitches here and there with display of some websites. Don't know if these are disfunctionalities in Opera itself, or other browsers are simply more tolerant of bad (non conforming to standards) webpage design.
I did it. My first instinct was actually to think that THEIR tribe would not accept ME, seeing me as an analogue interloper of sorts. I once had a conversation with a digital person where he was describing issues of setting white balance in different lighting situations. I told him to try leaving his fancy computer settings alone and using a glass filter. Boom, done. He admitted it was dead simple, but last I checked he puzzled out the digital way instead.