That's the point, I don't see how it would help the sites to guess your location correctly.
Well, on the first site the geolocation is correct while in the second it isn't.
Now, seeing that only the third section of the IP changes when you change the region, I think that there is a chance that they may be using some virtual IP.
I'm seeing several instances of Opera in task manager
Opera is based on Chromium, that is multi-process. So it uses different process for each different thing like the browser itself, tabs, extensions and so on.
In Opera's task manager, you can see each one of those processes.
Upon reading your two other posts, I take back my question. It seems you're just a general malcontent. You've submitted a string of complaints about a very feature-rich browser that is new to you, and that you haven't taken the time to learn about.
Complaints about the browser being inadequate to relieve your bile, you turn to criticizing the way Opera operates its forum, too? You look more like a troll than someone sincerely searching for answers.
It's really not Opera's fault. The Windows 10 issues might be because you have Windows 10 Creator's Update (build 1703 or above) installed. I had no problems with Opera on Windows 10 until the moron at the repair shop installed Creators Update on my laptop without asking me what was my original OS. So I'm stuck with it since I have no way of rolling back to good old Win 10 1607. Creators Update is the worst version of Windows that I've had. And I've been through plenty of them.
Issue turned out to be an update to the anti-virus software. No idea why it affected Opera in this way but not other browsers, but tweaking the AV settings resolved the issue. Posting in case others have the same issue.
Opera Mail is an unfinished experiment that takes the Opera browser suite (Opera 12 for example, which includes Opera Mail) and hides/disables most of the browser parts of the UI so that it only shows the mail parts. In doing so, a crash bug was introduced that occurs when you try to set an image in a signature. The bug was never fixed, Opera Mail was never finished and Opera Mail was discontinued years ago not long after it was created.
You have 2 options to work around it:
One is to use the Opera Mail that's in Opera 12 and only use it for mail. In "Alt + p -> Advanced -> Programs", you can add/set http and https to open in the default browser so clicking on links in messages open in your default browser instead of inside Opera 12.
The other workaround is for Opera Mail. You can avoid the crash by closing down Opera Mail and editing the signatureN.txt file in the "mail" folder where N is the number for the account as seen in accounts.ini. See "Menu -> Help -> About Opera Mail" for the location. To include an image, you use HTML markup like this:
You then use other HTML markup for the text content of the signature.
There's no option to use a local image on your hard drive. However, if you convert the image to a data URL and use that URL in the for the src instead, it'll work for recipients that have a client that supports that.