Tag archive for: Opera for computers

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Do you know what a VPN actually changes in your internet browsing? What it changes is exactly why you absolutely should be using a VPN, though it’s not obvious at first glance. If you still don’t know what a VPN is, you can read about it here.  IP address encryption When you use a VPN...

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Do you love watching video? New features landing in the Opera browsers now make it easier than ever to enjoy online video. Opera is tapping into the huge popularity of online video, and into user demand for high-quality video that is as flexible and affordable as possible. Keep calm and binge on: the latest for...

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Heavy ads on websites can slow down your browsing experience significantly. Many ads also demand a lot of data, which can make your mobile data plan run out way too soon. Because we know that big, heavy ads are a problem for many of you, we have gathered some tips on how to block ads,...

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Last week I gave the opening keynote at Velocity conference in Santa Clara, USA, which is the biggest conference focusing on speed and performance – two things Opera is famous for. I presented about how Opera implements ad blocking across our range of browsers – for desktop, for Android, for Windows Phone and for iOS – why consumers choose this form...

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Installing ad blocker extensions for your phone and computer? Why not try one for free that’s built right into your browser. Opera for computers and Opera Mini for Android now come with integrated ad-blocking technology, so you can browse faster and more smoothly. The ad blocker in Opera Mini means you save time while browsing,...

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On Thursday, we released a developer version of Opera for computers with built-in VPN. But, what is a VPN exactly?   VPN stands for “virtual private network”. It creates a private, encrypted connection between your computer and the remote VPN server, making it harder for websites to track you online. Think about the following: how...

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