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Opera has seen a sharp rise in downloads of its web browser since Microsoft launched its browser ballot screen on Monday.
The company said that downloads had tripled in several major EU countries, including France, Spain and the UK, while downloads in Opera's home country of Norway rose an impressive 400 per cent.
Rolf Assev, chief strategy officer at Opera, explained that the ballot screen had clearly had an impact on downloads, and that users are taking advantage of the new choices.
"As far as choosing Opera we are seeing a positive response in all markets. Even in countries with high Internet Explorer use, we see that people are …