It doesn't decide anything about your session. If you allow it to import cookies, then it will be using the same session as your other browser, and hence when you close that session in Opera it will be closed in the other browser (and vice versa). The next time you log in (in either browser) will be a different session and hence not linked to the other browser.
Thank you for the tip!
Yes, system date is correct.
However, I checked and found that the application that I was using (indexing tool) was/is wrong. Probably a bug. In Explorer cache files show today's date.
Apologies for the confusion. I should have checked (using Explorer ) first. Am very sorry.
Suggest, if possible, to delete this thread.
After some time, I had my problem solved. The member @cmarcelo, gave the "golden ticket". I tested it and it worked out for me. Videos that were not running, now play normally.
Access the GitHub repository and download the ffmpeg version for your OS (Linux, Windows, OSX). Then unzip the Opera root folder. Restart your browser.
Hi @icearity Opera Extensions are automatically disabled in Private window but you can enable it. Hover to the left, click on sidebar options > ... you will see the option to enable extension right there.
@dagnorkle Sorry to hear that Advanced System Care was having conflicts with Opera Browser which triggers the Ad blocker to be automatically enabled, I am glad to hear that your problem has been resolved.