Nobody is a bit too precise, but the percentages of use are minuscule compared to the major browsers. Tera Thomas O’Brien has a few favorites but no mention of Opera:
Vivaldi has an option to write notes, add a screenshot, and more browser customization options than I’ve seen since watching Mosaic crawl across my computer screen at school a few decades ago.
I remember that, too. In 1994 while a product manager at GTE.
One click to the Brave icon in the toolbar and all the security you could ever want– sans a built-in VPN– is available, including an option to force an HTTPS connection if available.
This is the golden age of Mac browsers.