I am confused about which to choose and which is perfect for me. Recently, when I open the opera.com in my android device it will be showing me three different browsers and I am confused which to choose out of them and I serve this same kind of experience for Desktop where you also serve three different browsers - Opera, Opera Neon, Opera R3.
My major consul is why you focus on multiple browsers instead of developing a single browser? I know you have a specific goal or purpose behind it but as the user, I can't find it so I would love to know it.
there's only way to understand what the opera wants and how much browser owned and operates by opera.
Compared to Opera Neon is the Opera browser a lot more recommended mostly because of the built-in adblocker. Speed, modern look, interface, extensions, VPN, updates are some the points on which the comparison has been based. When using the different browsers you can mainly see different designs which aim to make your experience more enjoyable.
@transluca I heavily thank you for this help, and while my response is somewhat belated I have a good reason. My parents took away my computer (that I purchased with my own money mind you) away because they saw what I said. But nevertheless I am back, and I greatly appreciate your your help. If there is any way I could repay you I would be happy to help. Once again sorry for my late response.
I would like to download a seminar presented on the Internet by Intel called "How Wonderful Gets Done in 2021" I would like to store it on my hard drive in mp4 file format. What software should I use. How can this be done?
Have you not installed IDM in your PC/Laptop because updated version of IDM have capability to download
Despite what the video says about incognito mode in Chrome, private mode in Opera doesn't seem to cache favicons, not even if you bookmark the site. Entries for the sites and their favicons are not shown in the favicon file. (There are some exceptions in the file for default-provided speed dials though.)
As for clearing the favicon cache, I'm assuming Opera would just wait and inherit from Chromium whenever they decide to do something. But, it might be nice if Opera did like Brave. But, I think it'd be better to have an explicit option for favicons in the clear history dialog. Opera users love their favicons.
As for always fetching favicons fresh like Firefox does, that would be cool as a privacy option for Opera. Would be better if it was in Chromium though so other browsers could benefit from it.