If you uninstall Opera, does explorer still freeze? If not, then yes, it's totally possible that Opera could be interfering in some way. But, it doesn't seem too likely.
@Mozza7 said in Crash issues Windows 10:
I recently reinstalled win10 entirely.
If you haven't gotten too far in setting everything back up yet, consider reinstalling again just to rule out issues with the Windows 10 installation.
I'm having the same issue, but it happened before the update too. Updated it thinking it would fix it but it didn't. Same thing happened a couple weeks ago but after another update it was fixed but since updating again, it keep crashing. Mostly when i use anything that plays video. So i can't use youtube.
@krishmohanhaha hey o/
well, i thinking here...
this topic here in windows section have a same problem to share videos to facebook.
My advice is the same... first report it has a bug to Opera Bug Report
And them try to use Opera Beta for mac, and say to us if in Opera Beta if has the same bug.
It's been crashing for me as well every time I click on a new tab or a link or whatever. And there is one travel site that simply refuses to update. It goes to the site, lets me log in, and when it tries to load the page, just takes me back to the login, and keeps doing this. Wanting to make sure it wasn't the site, I logged in through Firefox without a problem whatsoever. I really like Opera, but I can't deal with the constant crashing. Is this going to get fixed any time soon? I'm on macOS High Sierra v. 10.13.3.
Adding for posterity @avl that it appears that when a window's open for a while, even if the white bar does not appear (because I'm actively using that window), the display will become off-calibration with what's on the page, forcing me to move my cursor below where the link actually is to click on the link. The behavior fixes itself if I switch tabs.
I assume the problems are related.