Why I don't switch to Opera Browser
raphaelp last edited by
A little feedback.
The "VPN" is not a VPN, it's a web proxy. Only for web surfing.
IP's are often blacklisted (you can't do anything about it, although "nothing is impossible"...)
The action is manual, we must move each time in the VPN settings to add a link in whitelist (why not a small button "disable for this site"?).
Too few plugins (you can't do anything about it too)
Some plugins from the chrome store are not suitable for Opera.
Perfect for Youtube. When you go to a less popular site the video is degraded, you notice jolts.
The adblocker has come into conflict with some websites. Does a team actively work on solving problems encountered by users?
Somes good news,
In time project, innovative, "fresh" style, ergonomic. Promising.
johnbull44 last edited by johnbull44
Absolute rubbish !
The Opera browser with its free VPN and all its many user-friendly features and
impeccably designed screen formats, is the best browser on the market, including Google Chrome.
I do not need a reply - there is not one.
BTW - I use DuckDuckGo as my default search engine to supplement Opera VPN,
no more Google for me.
ginger1984 last edited by
Duckduckgo does indeed work fine with VPN mode. And it's logical the VPN allows certain traffic kinds like what's used for browsing.