Version:70.0.3728.178 -Slow since latest update
mxkmn last edited by
@nintendork07 I have same problems with Opera for Windows... It's not the only Mac version problem.
robert-btn last edited by
Same problem here for about 3 weeks. Tab just freezes on google search page. I reinstalled opera, disabled all the extensions and the problem persists.
At the last update the browser closed unexpectly every day, but now it seems to be ok with another update. I don't know what the developers are doing, but i consider moving to safari after many years of opera.
ab-garcez last edited by ab-garcez
I want to make things clearer: I'm using Chrome again because it uses way less CPU (specially on YouTube: C=8% / O=30%) and the pages load instantly, while Opera is getting this weird and annoying delay to open pages - firewall is properly set.
thomharris last edited by
I am also seeing this in Opera on Mac OS. I've seen it for quite a while, but it seems to be worse lately.
Behavior I see: Clink on a link and page begins to load and spinner shows on the tab header. The connection state shows that the certificate is loaded and trusted at this point - so the TCP connection has succeeded and the TLS handshake apparently succeeded (not 100% sure, it would have the cert at the beginning of the handshake process, so it's possible that that being present in the UI does not indicate handshake completion). At this point, the tab is blank, and then after some time the page suddenly pops and gets rendered. I think this is normally 5-10s, but I counted it earlier today and it was more like 40s, which led me back here (I had checked here in the past, but the hassle of creating an account was enough to stop me from reporting).
I have ad block and tracker block disabled. I have no extensions installed. Opera is up to date
Any suggestions for getting more diagnostic info when it's in this state to figure out what it's waiting for?
stevenjcee last edited by
@operaoperandi I haven't, and I don't recall seeing anyone saying "It must affect all Opera users", so your response is both unhelpful, and complete hyperbole. What's the use of a user forum, if everyone is simply told, their problem has nothing to do with Opera, and has to be due to something they're doing wrong?
And no, people who have problems don't all come here and post, so because you may only see a few with the same issue, that in no way means it's not widespread, only that a few still bother to come here and post.
There's plenty other sites around that will help people with issues about any browser, & I've often found better assistance just asking my question as a search, than using Apple's user forum, or other specific product ones. So, there may be thousands of others with the same issues, or more likely, they've just moved on to another browser.
kamil2020 last edited by
@thomharris then you can't help it from Opera, you have to wait for the patch from Opera.
pingopingo last edited by
On 72.0.3815.378 the problem still persists. It seems that it's being ignored even though, judging by the number of people complaining here, it must be pretty widespread.
Oh, and if the dismissive and disrespectful answers of the moderator here are in any way representing Opera as a company, that by itself should encourage many of us to switch to another solution.
I really hope that both problems would get fixed soon, and thanks to all the great people that are actually doing a great job with this browser!