Hi Opera fans!!!

We updated Opera for computers today.

This update includes chromium update to version 42.0.2311.152 and a couple of bug fixes for Mac platform.

We fixed a small problem when selecting URL on Mac OS X 10.10.3. Also, we received a few complains from users with old version of Flash plugin installed about video problems in full screen mode. All users will be informed to update their Flash plugin to the latest version. This will soon come to Windows as well.

Please feel free to let us know if you find any problems.

All the fixes can be found here:
Full changelog


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  • L33t4opera

    Hi Radek, thanks for the update and fixes 😉

  • Zik

    Still 30% CPU usage on any twitch.tv page on Windows 10 build 10074. Hope you’ll fix it.

    • Cryio

      I think they’ll start working on properly supporting Windows 10 when it’s closer to final build.

      Opera was disastrous on the first builds of Windows 8. Developer Preview, Consumer Preview. It got better in time.

      By July I think Opera will run just fine on Windows 10.

    • Is it while watching videos?

      • Zik

        No. Always and anytime. Dont matter — only stream, only chat, setting page, home page — 30% CPU usage permanently.

        • If you are on fast track there is a new Win 10 build

          I am waiting for it to download and install, will test in a bit

          • Zik

            Well. Build 10122. 1-pixel line on top is returned.
            But still big % of CPU usage.

            And alt-dpi now is huge.

          • I don’t have Flash for things other than Edge/IE in the Win 10, and the CPU spike is much less (in Opera 29)

            Sitting idle it is 1% or less (no Flash Player content on the page is loaded), does it still CPU spike if you disable Flash Player? (if so then it is some Flash Player content on the site causing hte CPU spike)

            Microsoft Edge was hitting 50%+ CPU usage for that site while it was streaming the Flash Player content (I send feedback in Edge (to Microsoft) also)

            Seems to be a site bug

          • Zik

            I didnt talk about Flash Player. Flash Player is fine.
            Even if I disable plugin and go to any page of twitch (only-chat page, setting page), I have 30-40%.

            For example, in Vivaldi everything is fine and takes ~5-10%.

          • When I went to the site in Opera 29 (w/ no Flash Player I got no spike)

            I opened twitch in Vivaldi (tho Flash Player content not loading, I wonder if the site is using an older framework that has some performance bugs) and I see a small spike about 6 to 7% Maybe a bug in Chromium 42.x the Vivaldi builds use Chromium 41.x

            Tho strange that it also cause Edge to spike a lot also

          • Zik

            For now Edge is pretty unstable. I tried open site InPrivate ~5 times and everytime I got crash.

            Maybe you right and problem in Chromium.

    • Marko Koivuniemi

      I can confirm heavy CPU usage for this site on Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit. I have decent i7 4-physical core (8 logical core) system and I watched taskmanager with my normal Opera with over 50 tabs. When I open new tab with this site processor load increases heavily. Doesn’t cause problem in my computer but I can see there is something weird.

  • bviktor

    The SSL details pane seems to be broken now, at least it won’t open for me.

  • Data Keeper

    I do not know why each new tab should start with Idle process priority. The process priority was Normal few version ago. The opera could not load it when CPU is 100% busy with other process. If process priority is Normal (8) it load web-page immediately. Please fix this. I have win 7, i7 processor and SSD HD and the opera could not load web pages until I do not change process priority from Idle to Normal (using Process Explorer).

    • bwat47

      From some brief testing here, it doesn’t set each new tabs process to low priority, it sets background tabs to low priority (which makes sense to me and afaik this is upstream chromium behavior, I tested it with chrome and it does the same thing). When I select a tab the process changes to normal priority.

      • Data Keeper

        Each new tab start as idle (4). If the system is not overloaded (CPU is not 100%) it switch fast to normal (8) priority and after that if the tab is not focused it goes idle. Unfortunate if the system is overloaded (100% busy CPU), switching from idle to normal takes more time (this is normal because the CPU share it processor ticks based of the process priorities, but it is not normal each new process to start in idle priority). So, why there is not user option to use or not use sub-process carousel?

  • Spideymang

    Thanks for the feedback and the update Radek, have great day. !

  • Ignacio Carrasco

    i guess you already know about that weakdh .org

    • Jorton

      Same for Google Chrome and Firefox. But IE seems to doing well.

    • Marcin Mitek

      Yup, fix is on the way.

  • Opera should close Opera before installing the update (not try installing the update while Opera is still running, old bug almost a year old) on Windows

    • Wando Schneider

      Why is that a bug? The autoupdate do the same thing. Chrome does in the same way.

      • Hard to update files if the files are in use (Opera is still running when it tries to install the update rather than make sure Opera is closed before trying to install the update)

        • Wando Schneider

          The engine handles that. There’s no need to worry If the update doesn’t throw an error or fails to update.

          • Tho the end user will have 2 different versions of Opera running at the same time from the same stream (the older build and the current build)

          • ayespy


          • The one that was not close/shut down, and the one that runs after the install (it used to work correctly about a year ago), it does not shut down Opera while it is running to update it

          • ayespy

            I have never had the experience you describe. I actually can’t understand how that would happen. My new version will NEVER run until the old version has been closed and reopened, at which time it’s not the old version (stored as backup in the program folder) which opens, but the new one instead. If you have re-written your desktop shortcut so that it goes to the .exe instead of the launcher, I guess this is possible – but not otherwise.

          • I get it over and over again, in Win 8.1 & Win 10 builds in VMs

            It does the check for updates and downloads the updates, then starts the install before Opera itself has closed (it does not seem to try to close Opera, I have to do it before the installer gets to far (I have had a few times where the install failed to update))

          • ayespy

            Hm. Well, I opened Opera Stable on my Windows 10 machine, and it opened already updated. So I can’t experiment with the update process on that right now.

          • Strange in Win 8.1 (in a VM) it said to restart to install, then on open again, it asked to install the update, on Win 10 builds it does not

  • icetom

    thanks for the update. howevery, this added 2 speedial entrys in my Opera – why does this advertisement keep happening?

  • gerard

    thanks for giving this opera browser

  • Jorton

    A little bit slow update. Google chrome is on 43.0.2357.65 now…

    • ayespy

      Stable will often not be on the newest Chrome version.

      The newest version of Chrome will always be slightly ahead of Opera Stable, because you can’t update a version of Opera to a whole-number version of Chromium it was not built on. Beta is being built on 43, and Developer is being built on 44. This is the way it is, and the way it will always be.

      Take, for instance, Vivaldi, arguably the fastest-developing and evolving browser in the world right now; its chromium version for its most recent snapshot is 41.

      The reason for this is that it is physically impossible for any derivative browser to make all of the minor adjustments necessary to adapt to a new Chromium version overnight. It just can’t be done.

      • Marcin Mitek

        Thanks @ayespy:disqus for the explanation.

        Our developers are taking new versions as fast as possible. To add a little bit more to this image: remember that we have other products than Desktop and we usually make Chromium updates for all of them (for some less frequently). That adds up to the time (testing, bugfixing, approval…)

      • Jorton

        Thanks for your nice explanation. Do we face some security problems if we use old Chromium version?

        • ayespy

          Usually not. security fixes are ported to all branches.

        • BK

          This last update on chromium side was not a security fix release.

  • eXzentrik

    Thanks for the recent updates regarding custom keyboard shortcuts. Opera 29 is a very stable browsing experience for me. Would be great to see the following features in one of the next releases:

    – Optional warn dialog box on browser exit. Especially if there are more than one opened tabs.

    – Optional download dialog box which shows the size of the file before the download starts

    Any plans and/or ETA for these?

    • Nachiketa Ramesh


  • John Boehner Vaegina

    Thanks for adding booking/.com to my speed dial. I enjoy having crap placed there without my knowledge.

    • Rafael Luik

      Hey, did it appear at the bottom of it (last positions) or somewhere else?

      • SuperTommy

        I didn’t get any SD added, so I assume it’s region specific.

      • bwat47

        for me it appeared on the bottom (last position).

    • BK

      Did you manually reinstall opera?

      • John Boehner Vaegina

        It was from a silent update.

  • AndreiV

    Since the previous version Opera refuses to start. Actually, I can see it in the task bar starting, the interface does not show up and it silently closes. I can’t see any suspicious activity in the Windows Event Viewer. What could be the problem? Where can I find a log file?

    • BK

      Hi, any more details? What’s your operating system version?

      If this is win, try renaming your profile folder “Opera Stable” to something like “Opera Stable backup” and see if Opera starts. You can find profile here on windows:

      C:Users[username]AppDataRoamingOpera SoftwareOpera Stable

      • AndreiV

        Hey cool! It works, thank you! It’s strange though. It stopped working after updating (2 updates ago). Stranger still, it could self update to the latest version, but would immediately close. I also have Developer and Next installed, but had no problem with them.

  • Nekomajin43

    Guys, anyone working on the dev channel? The last build was two weeks ago…

    • They are working on fixes or other features, some builds are not made public they do some internal testing on the internal builds others are what we see and test and try to get to crash or find other bugs

      • Nekomajin43

        Yepp. As they did it before, and still released at least one build per week.

    • Marcin Mitek

      Well, everyone here, changelog will be lenghty 🙂 We were busy with releasing Final update and other stuff. Expect something at the beginning of the next week. ~100 entries in the changelog atm 😉

      • You really should do smaller, but often releases.

        One time I gone the same way as you and released game’s addon after one year (due so many new things) instead max one month! (one thing that I did on the end…)

        Also because it’s so irritating to using current bugs if won’t have third opera’s installation copy…

        • Marcin Mitek

          We aim at releasing at least one beta and dev build a week, two dev builds would be ideal (beginning and the end of the week). We had some delays lately, due to various reasons, but all in all, I think we release quite often (19 developer releases this year so far if I am not mistaken).

    • L33t4opera

      It’s done 😉

  • heapoverflow

    I don’t like finding advertising in my speed dial after an update. I’m going to switch to Chrome the next time it happens. If that’s what you guys have to do to pay your bills I understand, but that’s not a “feature” I’m looking for in a browser.

    • Wimi Bussard

      >implying that other browsers don’t do that…

      • heapoverflow

        I’m not implying anything. Some do, but not all of them. I don’t want to use one that does. What’s wrong with that?

  • icetom

    I had a huge problem after updating and restarting my computer:


    Opera was totally broken and I had to reinstall it. luckily i could push all my settings to the beta and back to save it.
    win8.1 64bit , 8gb ram 512 gb ssd
    I have to admit, that i did restore a windows backup point directly in Windows, but this should not affect any programs at all. In fact, Opera was the only program which did not work as intended. Even Opera Beta was working normally, every program did.
    So I do not know if it was coincidental, or if it has to do with the system restore point.

    • Try running the installer again after manually downloading the update (something might have interfered with the update)

      • icetom

        i already fixed it anyway. but the update seemed to work because Opera was operating normally before the restart. i browsed for hours without problems before restarting.

  • SQL

    I believe https://operasoftware.github.io/upstreamtools/ has stopped updating itself.
    Last commit two days ago https://github.com/operasoftware/upstreamtools/tree/gh-pages

    There have been commits after that.

  • wudntulik2know

    You mean FORCED people to upgrade to 29, don’t you? And which dictator in your office decided that I can’t move the navigation bar on the speed dial page?

  • wudntulik2know

    So, how do I move the navigation bar from the bottom of the speed dial page to the top? opera//flags????????? Experiments????? Seriously? What is it you all think you are doing, curing cancer?

  • wudntulik2know

    So, how do I move the navigation bar from the bottom of the speed dial page to the top?

  • wudntulik2know

    So, how do I move the navigation bar from the bottom of the speed dial page to the top?

    • bwat47

      afaik there’s currently no way to do this

      • wudntulik2know

        Thank you for answering, bwat47.

        So a previous useful edit was removed for no good reason. Amazing.

        • Vux777

          what edit?
          I see 4 of your comments on the same subject

          • wudntulik2know

            In the previous version, I moved the navigation bar from bottom to top of the speed dial page. I see no such capability in version 29. Backwards revision, imo, taking out a previous helpful edit.

            Oh, and the annoying popup to update to version 29 that wouldn’t go away was quite autocratic. If I chose not to update, I should have been allowed that privilege.

          • Vux777

            I thought you saying someone removed your comment (edit)

          • wudntulik2know

            Not sure how you got that from this:

            “So, how do I move the navigation bar from the bottom of the speed dial page to the top?”.

            So, how DO I move the navigation bar from the bottom of the speed dial page to the top?

          • Vux777

            well, first of all, that wasn’t the comment I replayed to…
            and second, you wrote 4 comments in a row, with practically the same content
            made me think you have some problems with seeing your own comments (happens sometimes)..
            and you can’t move it anymore….

          • wudntulik2know

            I know it can’t be moved anymore. But in the previous version, it was able to be moved from bottom to top. I know, I did it. I find it arrogant that this edit was removed.

          • Nekomajin43

            That was a flag for the older version. Since the new version is stable, the flag was removed.

          • wudntulik2know

            Flag? Stable?


            For the umpteenth time, how do I move the navigation bar from the bottom of the speed dial page to the top?

            Not allowing the user of Opera to move the navigation bar from the bottom of the speed dial page to the top is not an improvement, it is simply a dictatorship.

          • wudntulik2know

            I guess that’s a no then.

            It’s good to be a dictatorship, isn’t it tech boys at Opera?

          • Lacedaemon

            Go Vivaldi. After a while you will be thanking yourself for having done that. No more insanity and no more talking to a wall.

          • wudntulik2know

            So Jon couldn’t take the dictatorship that is Opera either?

            Smart man.

            You must be one of the tech ‘boys’. Read here, tech boys:


          • jedy123

            No more insanity?? You haven’t read the threads on the Vivaldi forum about the Chromium engine and supposed Google spying. Lots of people going insane wondering if Google are spying on them, lol!

          • Nekomajin43

            OK, how about you stop trolling?

          • Leonardo Gomes

            Until Opera 29 you were able to disable the navigation bar because it was still an experiment.
            Now it’s no longer considered an experiment, so the flag was removed.

  • Guiluge

    Scrolling on this website http://www.nextinpact.com is really slow on my computer. I’m running on Fedora 21 x64, with a GeForce GTX 980 using latest Nvidia closed-source driver. It seems to be driver-related… Scrolling is fine in both Chrome & Firefox though. Anyone can confirm ?

    • Nachiketa Ramesh

      I can confirm on Windows 8.1 and this Opera version. Smooth on FF for me too

    • Nightykk

      Butter smooth for me.
      Win7, current Opera version.

    • Eric83

      No problem here. I’m using Ubuntu 14.04 on a Celeron 877 with integrated graphics.

  • This is Opera Fans. Thanks for greeting 🙂

  • Stanislav Stratil

    This website is unclickable: https://www.origin.com/en-ie/store/
    Win 7 32 bit. It was also like this in O28.

    • Vux777

      in chrome too

      • Strange it loaded for me (I tried it in a private window)

        OS X 10.10.3

        • Vux777

          I tested it just now in latest dev
          works only in private window
          win7 x64

          • I tested it in the this stable build

  • hafasd

    There is a mistake in the Polish version of the recent build: there is “Menedżer zakładak” in the palce of “Menedżer rozszerzeń” (Extensions Manager in English).

    • BK


  • LoverOfLife

    Is it possible to open with middle mouse click all links from a folder on speed dial ?

    • Wando Schneider

      Not ATM.

      • LoverOfLife

        Ok, thanks!

  • Zik

    Where is new build? =(
    Hope will be tomorrow.

    • Leonardo Gomes

      They’ve just released a build. Stable channel isn’t updated that often.

      • Zik

        Oh, you misunderstand me. I said about developer stream update.

        • Leonardo Gomes

          You’ve commented in the wrong post. This one is about the stable stream.

          • Zik

            Sorry. =(

  • Izer0

    Does not upgraded properly, I had to investigate where the problem is – need to delete “enabled_labs_experiments” setting from LocalState file, otherwise Opera crashed everytime on startup. Another thing – Opera starts for 4 minutes, I investigated this is because of history file, so Opera guys, can you focus on how to parse history file quickly???

  • Izer0

    Heh … Opera 29 downgraded to 28, I can’t enable tab cycling on 29, Opera crashes on every startup even if I disable all extensions. Absolutely unusable, please fix it.

    • SuperTommy

      Reset your keyboards shortcuts in Settings to get Ctrl + Tab to work again.

  • Dark Magician

    Gamespot is unclickable.

  • Suntana

    I originally posted my issue over at the Opera Forum, but as I understand, Devs never go in there, so the odds of my issue getting fixed from my comment there are zero. So, I’ll bring up my issue here so that hopefully the Devs will see it.

    So I won’t have to repeat the entire thing here, I’ll just put the link to my comment from over at the Opera forum:


    So yes, my Opera 27 was twice FORCE updated to the latest Opera 29. It wouldn’t be bad if there were no problems with it, but I do have a problem with it. Back since Opera 28 I brought up the issue that with my Dial Up … whenever there are images that don’t display, I can’t Right Click and Open Image in New Tab as Opera 28 and Opera 29 do not have that option in their Right Click Menu.

    Now, someone at the Opera Forum had given me the workaround to use, I believe — Ctrl Left Click and the images would then display in a New Tab. Well, that workaround worked with Opera 28. It so far is not working with Opera 29.

    So, it would be great if:
    (1) The Rogue Forced Updates would be abolished.
    (2) The “Open Image in New Tab” option would return to the Right Click Menu on images that don’t display. Or at the extreme least, have that Ctrl Left Click workaround work again.

    • 59er

      Had a similar issue. I’m using Opera 28 until they get the auto update problem with Windows XP in 29 fixed. (The fix is in Beta 30 and I can confirm, it works fine) Opera was holding steady at 28 for a couple of weeks, then without notice 29 installed. Did my usual tricks (renaming files, blocking with WinPatrol, etc.) to keep it from loading , but the auto update files kept re-spawning. Finally, I just blocked, the ‘phone home’ parts of Opera with my firewall (Online Armor Free). So far so good.
      I didn’t try the XML file fix posted on the forum, because this worked before I read that.

      • Suntana

        Hopefully you’re right and Opera 30 does fix the rogue forced updates issue.

        Of course, for me there would then still be the issue of the no Right Click Open in New Tab option on images that don’t display.

        Plus, for me, Opera 28 also had a bit of an issue with not immediately displaying Theme Backgrounds that I created. I had to go through the motions of trying to install one of the default Opera themes … THEN and only then would the theme that I created display. I don’t know if this issue still exists in Opera 29, but hopefully it’s fixed in Opera 30.

        It is issues like these that drill in the point of why we should not have any new versions automatically shoved down our throats … and then having there be no easy way of keeping the flawed versions away and from reinstalling themselves … without having to perform some deep micro surgery to deep arcane files or whatever other tricks. It’s ridiculous.

        Just make the versions available. Then let us be the judge of when it’s time for us to individually download and install the latest. And if it’s not to our liking, let us have the right to uninstall it and keep it away for however long we want.

        • 59er

          29 does not even open on my XP box, just a big gray page saying ‘not enough memory’ or something like that.
          Agree, the ability to turn off the auto update feature needs to be brought back.


    Since the update to Opera 29, I have noticed an unusual CPU usage : when I’m opening a new tab, I’m noticing a 2 or 3 second delay while Opera is frozen before actually opening the new tab. With the task manager, I can see on the graph that an opera process is running at 100% usage for a couple of seconds before calming down. I’m on shitty work laptop (Intel Core 2 T5500, Windows XP) but I never noticed that before last week, tap opening had always been smooth.
    Also, when idling (Opera in the background, or foreground but just reading, not moving), instead of the usual 0% CPU usage, the graph show spikes of 100% CPU usage for a tiny period of time before returning to 0% usage. The spikes are coming regularly, every 10 or 11 seconds.
    (The spikes are also there while I’m actively browsing, but the contrast if bigger while idling)
    And lastly, opera main’s process (the one called “browser” in Opera’s task manager) seems to eat much more memory than before, it is taking 160 MB of ram after 10 minutes of browsing while it would reach that much after 2 or 3 hours of browsing. I have only 1 GB of RAM so I often have to close/reopen it to stay out of swapping.
    I hope my issues are temporary, thanks for all the good work otherwise, it’s my first problem in 6 years of usage 🙂

  • LoverOfLife

    Sometimes (almost all the time) when opening links in backround, it takes too long time to load.. or not loading at all. But when i click that (loading) tab, the page loads up normally. Why ? I do not have enabled “Delay loading of background tabs” (Sorry for my poor english)

  • Alex Parker

    YouTube NPAPI DOES NOT WORK for 6 months When will you fix it?

    I need NPAPI – don’t suggest me PPAPI. I also tried various versions of Flash from 13 to 18.

    Video Example of a problem:


    This happens when I just open new videos. On two computers. Restarting anything doesn’t help. Scrolling down with mouse makes video Appear. This happens since Opera 16. How about making your browser usable and fixing it?

    • Leonardo Gomes

      Support for npapi plugins are being dropped by Chromium.

      And what about trying the html5 player in YT?

      • Alex Parker

        Ok, NPAPI plays flash videos 5.1 surround sound video. PPAPI plays sound in stereo even though i have 5.1. Since NPAPI is being dropped, explain how can i play PPAPI in 5.1 Surround Sound.

        I’ll request HTML5 player from YouTube, but most sotes still use NPAPI F;ash player, so Opera should support it.

        If I want to listen to songs on YouTube in 5.1, I guess I’ll have to move to Firefox.

        • Leonardo Gomes

          Well, since the support for npapi is being dropped by Chromium, i guess it will be kinda difficult for all CXhromium based browsers to keep using it for a long time.

        • Sidney Moraes

          Adobe does not develop NPAPI Flash Player, how Opera will support it?

          • Adobe still develops NPAPI Flash Player, Opera will support the PPAPI plug in (which is also available from Adobe), the NPAPI support I will guess will be dropped in September (around the time Chromium support drops NPAPI support)

        • L33t4opera

          Hi Alex, if you want, then you can add the --force-wave-audio command line switch at the end of the shortcut to the launcher.exe, as follows: "pathtothelauncher.exe" --force-wave-audio, and see if this helps (in case, that it does not work, then instead of it, try another switch: --try-supported-channel-layouts).

          Alternatively, you can try this workaround.

    • Looks like the plug in is not enabled (it might also be blocked in the click to play settings) or some files might be corrupted (might need to remove flash player (right now version 18 is a beta) and install the current stable from Adobe’s website)

  • UMaster 7

    Opera freezes min. 2 times a day since Friday. I got to close it via task manager manually… 🙁 Unfortunatley, there wasn’t any special page loading when it happened, so I cannot figure out where the bug came from.

  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Justice_Society_of_America Any idea why there is a lot of space after the page (extra blank space after content (bottom of page))

    OS X 10.10.3

    • Leonardo Gomes

      Not seeing it on Windows.

      • Nothing if you scroll all the way down?

        • Leonardo Gomes

          Nope, the page looks the same in Opera and in Firefox.

  • I’m still having the “microfreeze” problem. This is a big problem and I’m not sure why others don’t seem to mention it. I’m on MAC version and it’s very clear that the microfreeze (1-2s) happens at even intervals (about every 10 seconds), regardless of what I’m doing. And every time it freezes briefly, there is an accompanying CPU spike of the browser process (no tab processes spike, only the browser).

    I thought that perhaps it was due to having a number of tabs open (although they are not loaded due to delayed tab loading), but based on @Nekomajin43:disqus statement in previous threads, that isn’t it.

    Please address – or at least let us know that you can repro the problem. Thanks – I’ve submitted a bug report as well.

    • You have a lot of windows open?

    • Enrique Mendoza Eskola

      I have exactly the same problem in Windows. In addition, some sites that use Flash as AccuRadio work more slowly. The problem seems worse when Flash is updated because the whole system responds more slowly. If I use Firefox or Chrome, it does not. I tried OPERA 29 Stable on other computers and the problem persists (Win 7 Pro Core i7 4Gen 16 Gb RAM, Pro Win 8.1 Core i7 4Gen 32 Gb RAM, Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2012 with Xeon 16 Gb & 64 RAM).

      Tengo exactamente el mismo problema pero en Windows. Además, algunos sitios que usan Flash como Accuradio funcionan más lentamente. El problema parece empeorar cuando Flash se actualiza porque todo el sistema responde con mayor lentitud. Si uso Firefox o Chrome, esto no ocurre. Probé OPERA en otros computadores y el problema es el mismo (Win 7 Pro Core i7 4Gen 16 Gb RAM, Pro Win 8.1 Core i7 4Gen 32 Gb RAM,
      Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2012 with Xeon 16 Gb & 64 RAM).

  • Vux777

    looks like stable will enter v30 today

  • Cristian Secară

    I uninstalled Opera because of the unbearable blue interface color that does not fit anywhere on my desktop and the bye-bye web screen that popped up right after showed an unhappy Opera smiley with gray interface color. Either the guys with the web don’t know about the ugly blue, or that miserable Opera interface color can be changed somehow ? Perhaps that gray might be a bit more tolerable.

  • Sunako Kirishiki

    Youtube video + latest opera = cpu use from 30% to 99%

  • Freespirit

    I have tried to INSTALL OPERA from version 36 to earlier versions on my XP Pro
    32 Bit, and it will NOT install. Anyone got any suggestions or possible explanations of why that is happening.

    I use Tor.Vidalia PROXY on my Firefox OR TOR BROWSER, which I am using now to send this comment, as this site seems to block my use of Firefox with TOR/Vidalia.