Can I use Opera independently of Chrome?

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I want to log in on the twitt/google/fb/so-on-so-on associated with the community I am gathering, independently of what I am using for my personal accounts. I used to have different browsers for that. Can I even consider Opera as an option for this purpose or should I forget it even used to exist in browser

I want to log in on the twitt/google/fb/so-on-so-on associated with the community I am gathering, independently of what I am using for my personal accounts. I used to have different browsers for that. Can I even consider Opera as an option for this purpose or should I forget it even used to exist in browser space?
(reason: I opened the freshly installed opera, and found everything logged in as in chrome, exactly the opposite of the reason why I installed it in the first place)

Other answer:

virtualban:
Well, I cleared cookies from Opera, and logged me out of everything in chrome as well. Separate programs my ess.
no1home2day:
It would be like asking if you can drive a Chevy without driving a Ford. Yes, you can use Opera without using Chrome.
VIJAY:
Yes, both browsers can run independently.
Chris P:
Yes, they're two completely separate programs; that have no interdependencies.

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