So is there a chance to get this, or is this finally rejected?
I really like Opera, so i would wait for something like that.
Without that i would switch to the old version of Firefox or Waterfox, in that the old addons are still running. Sucks, but i can find everything when i search, skip all those crap shon by every search engine....
Btw, the newer Address Bar doesn´t help better....
With this you can clear Opera's browsing data manually, but @myrtis' feature request is about an automatic deletion, when closing the browser.
I would also appreciate that function, as I am one of those users who always have to delete the browser cache manually at the end of each session, because this option is missing.
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Could you advise me a few examples? I'm gonna check them out.
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Also in uBlock or similar.
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Re: Continue running background apps when Opera is closed
Opera startup time may be a deciding factor on desktop PC when you need to open and close browser frequently.
I, as a programmer need to do it very often: for testing my web applications, for referring documentation and so on.
It takes me a couple of seconds to start up Opera each time. Recently I switched to Chrome and it's way faster.
I mean - it's a huge waste of time having to wait those couple of seconds over and over again during the working day.
So the feature is important - for me such slow startup may be a deal breaker for a browser.
So no - Opera start is not fast enough for some usage scenarios. Chrome is. Vivaldi is.
We need this option. Opera uses Chromium code base. So the option seems to be already there, just probably pointlessly disabled.