Easy solution - On the Speed Dial page, right click on the page choose option bookmarks (above the history option) you should be able to see a new screen with your favorites. Because of this inconvenience and these poorly made automatic updates I am stopping using Opera. I hope this helps you
@leocg OK, I need to make a correction. Looks like Opera Beta is still the only Opera browser on my PC. I confused this with Opera Stable because when I keep my mouse on the symbol on the task bar to see its name, only "Opera" was appearing. Then I checked the actual shortcut and saw "Opera Beta".
However, the remaining problems are the same. I believe that the browser were actually removed and reinstalled during the update because after the update (along with all other issues) its symbol removed from the task bar (it was pinned) and it was no longer the default browser on my PC.
So, the profile folder for Opera Beta is still on my PC.
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.
Hello folks !
Even "Check for update" is quite redundant to this screen as Opera is automatically configured to check for latest updates when this option/window is accessed from the main menu.
Therefore, this "Check for update" is of no use in practical sense.
Else, how can we disable the auto-check for updates for this window?
Inputs are being awaited...