@leocg indeed, I tried to disable then enable all extensions one by one it turns out that this extension is causing the issue(Pop up blocker for Chrome - Poper Blocker), because youtube is forcing some pop up on videos.
Hi @angelisye, you can install the V7 Bookmarks extension. After that, you should be able to see a star icon in the Sidebar. Click on it, then right click on any folder on the list, and select "Sort inside", then you can select to sort it by date, name and even by domain.
@fdmz I have the same problem on my desktop and laptop, which proves it's a browser error. And only the synchronization feature login error, in addition, everything is normal.
But I really need the synchronization feature
Ha !! i found a solution for my problem.
In windows 10 u have graphic option (in that setting menu)
From there u can chose classic app or windows store app.
I used classic app and selected 3 location
a) C:\Program Files\Opera\68.0.3618.165\opera.exe
b) C:\Program Files\Opera\68.0.3618.173\opera.exe
c) C:\Program Files\Opera\launcher.exe
next on each option >> use high preformacne (nvidia gtx card)
Now i see usage from graphic card
CPU 36% , iGPU (intel graphic) 13%, dGPU (nvidia) 11% ^^
Hello donq - YES !! - you've nailed it.
Works fine using full view - never thought to try that !
Became very brave regarding folder selection and investigated how to do it with total success - now very happy with the system.
Very much appreciate your patience and help.
I've been trying every time an update is made, but the crashes during syncing have not improved.
The same thing happens when hardware acceleration is turned off.
Updated to version 69.0.3686.57, no improvement.
The OS is Win10
@skoy21 said in Opera Browser Assistant?:
Just to help out, here what Opera says about Assistant, copied from https://www.opera.com/privacy that @burnout426 posted above.
Browser Assistant. Your copy of Opera for computers may include a component that displays desktop notifications promoting the browser’s features. It checks if any notifications are pending on a scheduled basis and may anonymously report occurrence of certain system events (namely low battery, low hard disk space, new Wi-Fi network connected, another browser installed). This information is not collected by us and no personal information is sent.
So, yes, it seems to be privacy violation. I always choose to NOT send any data and statistics during Opera installation, but it seems Opera Assistant does not respect this option anyway...
As they say, it reports some system events but information is not collected by Opera? Then who collects this information that Assistant reports?
yup, this part of it "collecting some information but not collected by Opera" is really scary, especially considering that Opera is now owned by a bunch of Chinese companies, which includes Qihoo 360, a Chinese "security" company that has a track recording of producing spywares and malwares. I've been using Opera for a couple decades now, but right now I'm really considering leaving it as I'm afraid it will send some information to some of its Chinese owners...