@deleted-user said in Test de velocidad de Opera:
deberia ser al reves?
Deberia ser al revés, sí.
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That video doesn't help me much, also because I can't read the language it's in. What does the red error message actually say?
To me it almost looks as if the download got canceled and if that's the case it's either because of a pressed keyboard combination, not enough free diskspace or maybe a router which blocks certain traffic. But I sincerely doubt that the problem is only related to Opera.
Speaking of which: what happens when you try to download the same file with another browser?
Settings-> Browser -> Syncronization's Advanced Button?
All the boxed are checked, and below the line the Encrypt stuff is grey-ed out with the "encrypt all" radio circle (check box but only one option allowed) the one with the dot in it.
Is there another way to enter the password?
I tried logging out of the browser on the laptop and then signing in again. The sync adv. options requires I enter my encrypt password . . . and then after reloading the settings because the Adv Config button was greyed out, the adv config looks the same as before, with encrypt set and unchangable.
I suggest an uninstall and start again.
Remember that uninstalling programs by the standard method, often leaves 'leftovers' that remain.
There are many good uninstallers out there, some better than others, but I found "IObit uninstaller" to be extremely effective in clearing files that would otherwise have remained on my system.
IMPORTANT: Anything you delete using such uninstallers will ALWAYS be at your own risk, but hope this helps.
Thanks for the tip. I've never used an uninstaller before and I'm lazy to learn it. I just uninstalled Opera and went back to my previous browser for now.
Do not reply to own topic in less than two working days just to bump it.
How did you signed up into Opera? If you did it through Google then you will need to login through it. If you don't want to use Google you will need to create a new account.
Well, file downloading speed is quite well now. But Opera Mini Server (for download capabilities) & & the built in download manager of Opera Mini needs upgradation & improvements.
Opera Mini's file downloading speed is not stable. Any downloading speed gets gaining then speed falling. Sometimes I get 700-800KBPS & sometimes 0-32KBPS.
Whatever, From this web link http://www.lanlinglaurel.com/gaming-wallpapers.html From this website Opera Mini can't able to download any Photos. All those photos are high resulation (big sized) file. File size is Approx more than 800KB. It says "Invalid Link" / "Download Failed" on Extreme mode. High mode & Data savings Off mode download a 23KB bogus file. But the actual file size is more than 800KB. Here is a direct link http://www.lanlinglaurel.com/data/out/127/5064975-gaming-wallpapers.jpg Fix this ASAP
That an the lack of any really helpful responses here.
Your lack of cooperation has a lot do with the result here: You declared that Firefox is trash and it "absolutely" damaged your Windows installation, which is simply not possible if you obtained a clean copy of the installer from an authorized source. So you're really declaring yourself to be deeply computer-illiterate.
Then you declared that something is wrong with Opera because it is slow — which is also virtually impossible. If Opera is slow all the time, the problem is with some other software or your internet connection. And this is only a forum for Opera browser support. No one here has an obligation to teach you how to use a PC, and help you fix Windows (or your internet service.)
Many of us dont really want to spend our life fixing Bill Gates software design mistakes for free so he can make billions from Windows. If you are having that much trouble with Windows and you cannot afford to pay for tech support, my advice is to stop using Windows because it requires a relatively high level of administrative intervention compared to Mac OS or Ubuntu running on a supported hardware platform.
Its possible that your system is infected with malware and even if not, the kind of support you are going to need here will require a technician to take control of your computer to use various system tools. I might even be willing to do that for free, purely out of curiosity about how you damaged your installation -- but you wont attract people willing to help when you only go around whining and blaming things you know nothing about, and refuse to state a question or answer one either!