Opera is one of the most respectable web browsers ever built. In an attempt to make it faster, its developers created Opera Turbo.
How is Opera Turbo different? It sports a little Turbo button displayed on the lower left corner of the screen that optimizes pages, once it has been activated (without compromising graphics or video clips), so they load faster on slow connections.
The Turbo feature can be configured to automatically enable itself once Opera detects a slow network, and you can receive notifications about network speed.
Otherwise, Opera Turbo comes with some interesting features that you can fully use to your advantage. For instance, you can save and manage sessions, import and export (bookmarks, mails, feed lists, Opera contacts, and others), enable or disable images, change style and encoding, add various fun or practical widgets, take notes, view all links found in a web page, and customize its appearance.
Furthermore, when you open a new tab, you can use Speed Dial to add web pages to thumbnail, and instantly access them with a single click of the mouse.
Plus, navigating through Opera is simplified, thanks to mouse gestures. By making one swift motion with your mouse, Opera immediately complies (e.g. reload page, minimize window, close current tab), and these gestures can be customized.
In conclusion, if you want to navigate faster on the Internet when you are dealing with a slow network connection, then try Opera Turbo. It uses a lower amount of memory resources, compared to other web browsers.