At startup, I've set up my computer to opens two instances of Opera. One opens three tabs with each tab set to a different URL. The second opens one tab that's set to a URL that's not the one I want it set to. How do I change the URL in the second instance to open to one that I do want?
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Multiple instances of Opera at startupOpera for Windows
RE: Amazon for OperaOpera add-ons
@nweinfeld the problem is:
I don't want it
I didn't install it
I didn't ask for it be installed
I didn't miss unchecking a box that would have prevented it from being installed
Instead, Opera installed it without my permission via an automatic update.
There is no option to uninstall it, not in extensions nor in add/remove programs
Now, I have to find the program on the internet, download and install it then uninstall it.
I should not have to do that.
RE: Multiple instances of Opera at startupOpera for Windows
@leocg I'm using "instance" to mean an open Opera window, such that I can alt-tab between however many windows I have open, as opposed to ctrl-tab to switch tabs. In my example, I have Windows opening two Opera windows at startup. One opens with the three tabs each one going to the desired URL's. The other, second, window opens but doesn't bring up the right URL and I don't know how to change that URL, or if it's even possible.
As for --user-data-dir, I don't know what you mean by that. Please forgive me; I'm relatively tech-savvy but would you mind explaining?