Install Opera 30+ in custom location
herring last edited by
Windows 7 Enterprise 64-bit.
I'd like to install Opera in a custom folder and not in the default Program Files (x86) which is just giving me an error, whether I "Run as Administrator" or just do a regular install. Is there a command line installation that I could use to enter the installation path?
I'm tired of downloading different versions, installing, uninstalling, cleaning out the registry...
I just want to install in a directory \Tools\ with the rest of my web stuff and not see "Opera Internet Browser has stopped working." again.
sgunhouse Moderator Volunteer last edited by
Click on Options in the installer. If you're choosing a non-standard path you may also want to choose a "Standalone install" where the user settings are stored in the same folder instead of the default location. (Sorry, I don't know commandline options for the installer - it probably can be done, but I don't know.)