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A lot of you already know I use Opera.

Well, couple of days ago decided to give the new beta a try. Unlike the regular updates, instead of bringing my bookmarks, settings, wand passwords, etc. from the previous version, they're now all gone.

Enter Time Machine - highlighted Opera in Finder, started Time Machine, clicked the back button untill I got to one that had a different date on it. Hit restore and voila, all back. Pretty neat. Not sure SuperDuper! could have done that.

It also provides the option to keep the existing version and restoring the old one along side it.

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