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Where "Extended lazy session loading"???

  • How to make Opera 46 not to load all tabs to memory by default?

    Don't keep tabs opened. 🙂

  • Don't keep tabs opened. 🙂

    Not a variant.
    Other ideas?

  • How to make Opera 46 not to load all tabs to memory by default?

    Don't keep tabs opened. 🙂

    dont use Opera? did you mean this? could you suggest other some browser have this similar feature?

  • I used to unplug the ethernet when restarting Opera to get around this issue but got tired of that method quickly.

    I started using a tab suspender to make up for the missing Extended lazy session loading.

    I turned off automatic suspend so nothing changes unless I'm about to exit the browser.

    it may be difficult to suspend tabs when restarting after a sudden crash and Opera's trying to load all the tabs but there is complete control when you're about to restart the browser.

    Tiny Suspender

    I chose this extension because it preserves the icons while suspended.

  • Not a variant.
    Other ideas?

    Maybe upgrade the computer?

    Sorry, there don't seem to be any solution other than deal with it.

  • Maybe upgrade the computer?

    16 cores + 32Gb RAM? Or android pad?))

  • Maybe upgrade the computer?
    Sorry, there don't seem to be any solution other than deal with it.

    leocg, 8Gb of RAM on 2133MHz, SSD, 2 cores 4 threads 3.5GHz - not enough for Opera????
    16Gb of RAM and 8 cores 16 threads 3.5GHz would be enough?)) For 20-40 tabs.

    nanopi, Installed opera 45.0.2552.898 and removed opera_autoupdate.exe - works great.

    could you suggest other some browser have this similar feature?

    daoluong1991, Vivaldi?

  • 8Gb of RAM on 2133MHz, SSD, 2 cores 4 threads 3.5GHz - not enough for Opera????

    I have an Intel I5-4590 and 8GB Ram. I've just opened Opera with around 30 tabs and had no problems at all. And I don't think you should have with your configuration.

    Also extended lazy load is working correctly: focused tab loads and then other start loading progressively.

  • Also extended lazy load is working correctly: focused tab loads and then other start loading progressively.

    Set "ext lazy" to disabled. Then just 1 tab is active after start. PC and opera responsive after 3-7 sec., like opera not started.

  • 8Gb of RAM on 2133MHz, SSD, 2 cores 4 threads 3.5GHz - not enough for Opera????

    I have an Intel I5-4590 and 8GB Ram. I've just opened Opera with around 30 tabs and had no problems at all. And I don't think you should have with your configuration.
    Also extended lazy load is working correctly: focused tab loads and then other start loading progressively.

    you cannot just say that you dont have problem so everyone work well too.
    Look like some of your programmers just got a better pc, so they say to themselves "a little more ram do not hurt".
    I/we want exactly one tab being load while opening ,when we want to load other tabs we will do it ourselves

  • ike some of your programmers just got a better pc

    Yours? I don't have any. 🙂

    when we want to load other tabs we will do it ourselves

    So why keep those tabs opened? If I have some tabs opened when I start a browser is because I - and I believe also 99% of people - want them to load as soon as possible at browser start up.

    If not then I would bookmark those pages or get them from history.

    so they say to themselves "a little more ram do not hurt"

    And what if the problem is not the pages being loaded? Unless you are talking about very heavy ones, web pages loading should not cause any major issue.

  • If not then I would bookmark those pages or get them from history.

    40 tabs to bookmarks? I have about 30 folders in bookmarks, and about 200-300 links.

    Store tabs to bookmarks, and then open them back - Usability => 0.

  • 40 tabs to bookmarks?

    I have seen people saying they have hundreds of bookmarks. Some may have thousands.

    I have about 30 folders in bookmarks, and about 200-300 links.

    See. 🙂

    Store tabs to bookmarks, and then open them back - Usability => 0.

    Well, it's just one possible way to handle the problem you've created, there may be others. 🙂

  • Well, it's just one possible way to handle the problem you've created, there may be others. 🙂

    I created. Of cource.
    Thank for your "help".

  • I created. Of cource

    Yes, you. You were the one who decided that you had to have a bunch of tabs opened all the time.

  • I have the same problem from opera version 46.

    I open by deafult three tabs, opera starts wery slow and lag a lot then. Every new tab take about 3-6 secont to event show starts to loading. Browsing is wery slow.

    All Other browsers works correctly (Chrome, Firefox, Vivaldy).

    Intel Xeon E3 1270; 8Gb Ram, SSD

  • I created. Of cource

    Yes, you. You were the one who decided that you had to have a bunch of tabs opened all the time.

    when did you become a total jerk? could you simply say "because some other browsers have similar feature so we decide to make a different by remove the feature that other browsers copied from own browser"

    so please bring back lazy load for a few months, until edge is stable, firefox a bit better, and we have time to leave

  • could you simply say "because some other browsers have similar feature so we decide to make a different by remove the feature that other browsers copied from own browser"

    I don't make Opera nor work for them so I couldn't say such affirmation. 🙂

    so please bring back lazy load for a few months, until edge is stable, firefox a bit better, and we have time to leave

    There should be a few requests on it in Suggestions Box already, you can show your support there.

  • How to make Opera 46 not to load all tabs to memory by default?

    Tiny Suspender - it preserves the icons while suspended

    Another alternative:

    Install 'Download Chrome Extension'
    https://addons.opera.com/en/extensions/details/download-chrome-extension-9

    Install 'The Great Suspender'
    https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/the-great-suspender/klbibkeccnjlkjkiokjodocebajanakg

    New tabs created after the install will be suspended automatically

  • Okay, so this is the problem I'm having. But judging by leocg's tone in this thread, no one cares (other than the apparent few that have encountered the problem) or thinks it deserves attention. Installing third party tools to fix problems in my browser isn't a viable option for me. I guess I'll go back to Google Chrome until v47.

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