High Memory usage!
Hiswillbedun last edited by
I wanted to look at the post that is already in the forum, but when I click on the search at top and find it, I click on it and nothing happens. Therefore, I don't know if there were any answers. I am noticing even more memory usage with Opera than with Chrome or Firefox. Is there something that can be done to help this. For work, I constantly have 8 webpages open at a time. One of them I have to open in the Horrific Internet Explorer because Opera loads it way toooo slow. It's an internal page with my company, and for some reason every other browser loads it very quickly, except for Opera. Currently with 12 tabs open, Opera is using 1.2 gig of memory.
lucasnorthmi51959 last edited by lucasnorthmi51959
I reckon the more 'extensions' you have enabled in Opera the worse your memory usage will be.
at least that's what I've found out since extensions were introduced.
I've got to the stage whereby they remain 'disabled' if I don't use them on a regular basis.
sharkyca last edited by
@leocg Would've been useful to tell us how to check Opera's task manager!
Found the key sequence thanks "shift+esc" keys.
I too have been having "out of memory errors" since about the last 2 updates!
I have turned off my extensions and I will monitor from here going forward Mar 26,2019.
netsalon last edited by
Just clear your cache and history first and try again.
jenny52 last edited by leocg
I'm sorry, but this is [shouting removed] I have had one instance of Opera open with 3 tabs, and have seen 21 opera instances running in Task Manager, taking up almost 2.5 gigabytes of RAM!!! There is [Shouting removed] to use this much memory. It has been so bad at times, I have to forcibly shut my computer down! Please fix this!!!
incomingbrowserchange last edited by
I'll just add a little snippet from Opera Task manager. !
One of the main reasons I started using this browser was its ability to frugally manage resources. Times are a changin'...♪♫
Looks like it's time to go back to Firefox or try some of the smaller browser projects.
Like IE 11.