When you're on the site, hit ctrl + shift + i to load the developer tools. In the developer tools, click the kebab menu (3 vertical dots) near the top-right of the developer tools. In the Menu, goto "more tools" and then "Network conditions". The network condition settings will appear at the bottom. For the network condition settings, check "disable cache". Then, uncheck "select automatically" for the user agent. Then, in the user-agent drop-down, set Chrome for Windows. Then, hit ctrl + r to reload the webpage.
If things load correctly when you do that, it means the site is serving Opera broken code/HTML.
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.
En el menú de Opera hay un apartado que dice Desarrollo, dentro de él otro que se llama Administrador de Tareas, hay podrás ver la memoria y la CPU que consume cada pestaña y cada extensión. También puedes poner la url de esa página en virustotal y que la escanee a ver si está limpia.
@leocg no, it works only with this (Daigo) method but for one video. In NOAA's page, not even one gif plays.. i tried chrome, firefox (dark screen with gifs), opera dev. ver. 63.0.3359.0 and with stable 62.0.3331.18, W8.1, 64-bit
I tried with desktop notifications on Windows 10 Pro with both Opera Stable and Opera Developer. I couldn't get them to display any notifications at all, so I can't confirm or deny your problem at the moment. Hopefully someone else can. I'll keep trying though.
@nvmjustagirl said in Opera stuttering and occasionally freezes while playing YouTube videos:
@epop11rt3 i think ya said ya wanted to turn on a couple more in your screenshot of (Graphics Feature Status) so here is a couple.. if ya need more post which ones..
type this in opera 's address bar
and Enable - Override software rendering list
Enable 'n this flag will change - Hardware Protected Video Decode: Unavailable
to = Hardware accelerated..
also that same flag will change - Rasterization: Unavailable
to = Hardware accelerated..
also get chrome updated And your gaphic drivers..
I am pleased to report that I am currently able to run Opera smoothly after updating the browser, and tweaking a few settings. I also have this extension called Speed Up Browsing, which seems to have made an improvement in performance. As of this current post, I currently have several tabs open in Opera (while running this other extension called Tab Suspender, which automatically suspends inactive background tabs after a set period of time) with no performance hits, even while playing YouTube videos in HD