What The Best Way To Revert To The Version Before The Previous Upgrade

  • I don't know if that makes since. I'm really getting tired of Opera. Just as you get it customized the way you want the bloody thing updates and everything is changed. I thought I disabled the auto update but I must of missed something.

    Here's my problem. I like to us e pictures on my background speed dial. It's hard enough to find pictures with the subject far enough to the side to see properly. I set the columns at two and made the the speed dials as small as possible.

    Now I'm forced three columns and no control over the size. On top of that that bar (not sure it's name) is now on the bottom. Personally I like to get rid of it all together. I noticed that Opera automatically backs up the previous version how do I resort back to it without doing a full Windows system restore.

    I also searched and renamed all versions of opera_autoupdate.exe that I could find and disabled the task scheduler item - what else am I missing to stop theses updates?

  • Thanks for responding but I found a solution myself. It was a bit extreme but I deleted the Opera install from it's folder and copied over all the files from a backup I had saved to an external source. Then I also searched and deleted all versions of opera_autoupdate.exe that I could find and disabled the task scheduler item. I also checked Windows services but found no update options there.

    Also I must remember never to use the about:opera because that will imitate a automatic update. No thanks Opera.

    Remember the good old days when Opera had an offending appendage you could just right click on and delete it.

  • "Also I must remember never to use the about:opera because that will imitate a automatic update. No thanks Opera."

    I meant initiate not imitate

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