Complete Removal and Reinstall Of Opera Leaves Residues in User Config Folder
lavanyadeepak 0 last edited by
This is a follow-up of the post (https://forums.opera.com/topic/65303/video-and-opera-does-not-seem-to-be-going-good-on-linux-mint/11) and I actually used the command
sudo apt-get purge oper*
Despite this I saw the following residual folders in my home director (.cache and .config). i had to manually remove them to ensure a newer installation of opera has a cleaner working environment.
Hope Opera Team takes note of this issue too.
myswtest last edited by
Unfortunately, this is a common side effect for many applications, not just browsers.
After I uninstall an app, I always check .config and .cache