Ok this is getting completely out of hand.. [Opera 35.0.2066.37 crashing all the time]

  • Ok, since opera went to version 35.0.2066.37 it's almost impossible to use it.

    I'm almost switching over to chrome since it's been weeks and nothing seem to be made to fix it.
    Everyone I know who's using this version of opera is having sudden crashes ALL THE TIME under windowes 10.
    We're browsing and the browser simply freezes, if audio is playing you can still listen to it, but you can't do anything else, you need to force close the browser and start again, it's not even saving tabs.

    This is making the usage of this browser extremely frustrating, up to the point that after years using it, i'm considering chaging to another browser until this crap is fixed.

    I see on facebook and even here that many others are having this same issue and there isn't a soul form opera's team to shed a light on this breaking issue.

  • Crashes on Windows 10 are being investigated.

  • Probably doesn't do you any actual good, but Paul Thurott [TWIT...Windows Weekly] reports a good many issues with WIN 10, but that since uSoft is committed to WIN 10 being a success, those issues WILL be solved...

    Maybe you can ride it out...

    Good Luck......................................... WIN SEVEN to The End

  • For a browser to work properly, there are multiple computer elements that have to play nicely together: the operating system, the browser code, the graphics card/chip, the graphics driver, the website code, and the antivirus/antimalware program(s) - at a minimum. For smooth and reliable operation, what is critically important is that all the pieces communicate well with each other, with the OS, and with the hardware. Likewise, all the pieces must share hardware/memory resources gracefully with one another. A variation in any one or several of these elements between different users can alter the user problem experience (if any), most often manifested by responses like "hmm, I don't have the problem at all".

    Hence it is important for any helper analyst to know specific technical details in order to isolate a common causal pattern (if any) and help to find a remedy. The eight most important pieces of information needs are:
    -Opera version/build numbers
    -operating system kind and version (including SP number if applicable or when last updated if Win10)
    -computer brand/model and approximate age
    -amount of RAM memory on the computer
    -graphics card/chip brand/model
    -has the graphics driver been updated and if so, when?
    -website URLs where problem is most observed (if any)
    -antivirus and antimalware software kinds and versions running at time of crash

    Without all these elements, troubleshooting becomes a series of educated guesses that will usually leave both the helper and the problem sufferer less than satisfied. Hence it's vitally important for each user experiencing the problem and posting about it to include all of these details.

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