Enable VPN Mode When Using Opera For Better Privacy

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When using a browser directly to surf websites, location as well as IP details can be identified. A VPN  (Virtual Private Network) connection masks this by using a virtual location and an IP address which is different than the actual one. Opera browser offers a built-in VPN feature that can be enabled to surf the web without installing any external add-ons separately. Also, there is no data limit...

Browse Websites Safely Using Badge List In Opera

In Opera browser, website badges are icons displayed before the URLs that determine whether the visited web pages are secure, are blacklisted/malware in nature, are whether local pages and so on. Whenever any website/web page is accessed, Opera checks it’s authenticity and safety ratings against a database of known malware and phishing websites. If the specific webpage or website is of suspicious...

How To Enable Full URL Display In Opera Browser

Opera browser by default does not display the full URL in address and search bar. So, a site like http://example.com or https://example.com will simply be shown as example.com It can be useful to know the complete URL address when a site is accessed. Here is how to turn this setting on : Go to Opera settings by either clicking on the “Opera” icon on top left of the browser window or by...

How To Turn Off Tab Preview In Opera

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Opera browser by default comes with the option of tab preview as enabled. What this means is that when there are multiple tabs open, a thumbnail preview of any tab other then the current tab can be viewed as a pop-up. Clicking on this preview pop-up will lead to that tab directly.   While this may be useful, having a lot of tabs open can cause annoyance since these previews “jump”...