In the U.S., when I use VPN and pick a site in the Americas and go to YouTube, why am I offered almost 90% Russian YouTube videos?
Is this normal?
Something I should be worried about?
ISP is Verizon FiOS. Machine is a 3 year old MB Pro running latest version of High Sierra and latest version of Opera.
With VPN my results are:
Download 380 kbps
Upload 420 kbps
Latency = 92 ms
Without VPn my results are:
Downloads: 58.44 Mbps
Uploads: 54.02 Mbps
Latency = 16 ms
Test site used was SpeedOf.Me
Might others consider posting their speeds w/ and w/o VPN on?
Put in Browser : opera://settings/?search=flash
For your readers who are not as technically savvy as you, would you be a bit more clear? E.g., you said: Put in Browser : opera://settings/?search=flash.
Put this WHERE in Browser. Thanks so much for your patience.
My experience was the same as yours running the same version of Opera. What I did was to change the settings for cookies to <Keep local data only until I quit my browser>, quit & relaunched Opera and the cookies were gone.
Using Opera on an iMac running High Sierra.
When I go to a newspaper article and click on Opera's share icon, then mouse down to Mail, it opens a new email in Apple's Mail.app with only the URL of the article.
When I do the same thing in Safari, it opens a new email in Apple's Mail.app with the entire text of the article including photos.
That would be a wonderful feature to have because: when you send full articles, there is no danger that the person to whom you are sending them will eventually reach the limit of X free articles per month posed by some sites with a paywall.
Otherwise, just loving Opera and have made it my default browser.
FWIW, I am using Opera build 49.0.2725.39 on a MacBook Pro running High Sierra. Just tried to access the passwords saved on Opera and was able to successfully do so.
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