Presumably, those responsible for Opera are working to a calendar several months in advance of mine, as I can only conclude from my first encounter with this browser that it's April 1st in Opera Land.
I've never come across anything as buggy, amateurish, and unintuitive as this. The'Help' section offers no screenshot of the Opera GUI in Windows, presumably because that's too much to expect of the skill level of Opera's developers, on which basis, then, I'm stuck without sight of a Bookmarks Toolbar, despite clicking on repeated Settings entries asking if I want it (of course I do: what's the point of an Internet browser with a Favorites bar that is optional??? Might as well offer a motor car with optional wheels.) I've also clicked on 'import from Firefox' and yes, Opera reports that it has done so, but it hasn't.
What with its prepubertal 'Speed Dial' and 'Flow' descriptors, the Opera experience may very well not be intended for
Windows desktop compute users, though if that is the case then surely it would be courteous to state that at the outset? As things stand, Opera is time-wasting junk promising much but delivering nothing in a Windows environment, Ah well: back to Mozilla!