Thanks for the quick reply and additional guidance. At this point, I’m going to monitor and wait a day or two in order to re-confirm this new problem before raising a new ‘Topic’. After reading your reply, I double checked the "Last checked on [date/time]" this morning and it is now correct and accurately reflects today's date and time.
Looking ahead, I’ll monitor the ‘Update & Recovery – Check for Update’ function and will raise a new ‘Topic’ if I observe the problem again. I will also try to capture as many details as I can prior to raising a new ‘Topic’. Thank you.
@treego I think you misunderstand me. The connections come from Opera's core browser, not from the user's browsing activities (which can indeed be protected through ad-blocking). I'm talking about Opera's built-in telemetry and connections which are in addition to your own browsing. Vivaldi and Brave don't have this issue, to my knowledge.
Do you have a link to this? I see no speed decline in Opera. It seems Opera is more swift than these other browsers.
the situation was aggravated by the incorrect operation of synchronization. now there are only 62 positions in history (considering that I use the browser very actively - there should be about 2,000 - 4,000 entries in history). As a result, previously opened tabs in workspaces cannot be restored ...
The suggestion is the following
add open tabs in workspaces and restore them to synchronization.
I would be extremely grateful for considering the introduction of this proposal.