Problem with Opera after crash.

  • I had a crush on PCN other day, but managed to rectify it except a problem with Opera. In Opera disappeared bookmarks, all extensions and search box on Google. Bookmarks I managed then to recover. But extensions I do not know if there's a place I can recover? I remember when I downloaded Opera first time, so I found a place where I could install separate search field for Google. It was behind the Address bar. It was better to use it than the address bar, I mean. Thought I did it under Settings, but have not found how to obtain this search field again? Maybe it's like an extension, but how?

  • But extensions I do not know if there's a place I can recover?

    Nope. If you have a copy of (old) Opera's profile folder you can just copy its content into the new profile folder.

    I remember when I downloaded Opera first time, so I found a place where I could install separate search field for Google.

    You can do it in settings > Browser > user interface.

  • I did not copy of (old) Opera's profile folder on your external hard disk, but I have taken Screenshot of the ancient Opera's home, so I have a picture of icons for extensions in the browser. Then it becomes a little easier to find again. But their Google search box I do not know how to find again?

  • But their Google search box I do not know how to find again?

    As i said, you can enable the separate search box in settings > Browser > user interface: Enable search box in the address bar.

    You may need to enable advanced settings.

  • I was able to arrange it. It was a setting which I first found. Also had problem with pointer locked up, and PCN was slow. It turned out that the cause was an Expansion I had undertaken in Opera. I hit it off, and then worked the machine much better. Only I'm not satisfied with is the computer startup. Seems it takes too long. The beginning is okay and icons on the front appear quickly. But Taskbar at the bottom, takes longer. And when I start netleseren, whether it is Firefox or Opera, then use it longer. Perhaps because there are lots of bookmarks, extensions ETC. there. I've looked at Startup Task Actions, but do not know which program I can stop. Anyone know? Perhaps there must be program used little. But it is all so one can resume program that has been stopped, although it takes longer?

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