No, that doesn't make Opera crash, I tried all items in the menu on the left.
Note: when I open History, there is no problem. However, the moment I click the button on the upper right "delete history" (in the history window) it crashes.
Opening "settings" has the same effect, it crashes Opera.
It seems to me that Opera crashes the moment it needs to connect with the settings area.
I get a pop-up window saying (I translate):
"Opera browser has stopped working.A problem has occurred which prevents the program from working properly. The program will be closed and a message will be shown when a solution is available."
From that moment on, I can't open a normal browser window anymore (it instantly crashes, probably because Opera remembers the last tab).
I need to work around, opening a private window (right-click the icon in the taskbar), then go to Menu (top left), and choose "New window". After this, I can close the private window, and continue in the normal new window I have opened.
(which still prevents me from opening "settings" of course.
Ik have already done things like uninstall, and repair, and installing a clean new (latest) version, newly downloaded from Opera. It makes no difference. I have even tried installing the Beta version, which has exactly the same problem.
This problem started more or less one month ago.
Since Opera is partly Chrome based, I'm beginning to think it may have something to do with CHrome updates?
I have noticed, several months ago, that Chrome no longer supported the Unity Player, due to an update.
This poses some problems for me, since Opera is a very easy browser for me, also to keep bookmarks, and have a clear overview of my websites and stuff. I am also logged in to Opera, to maintain a backup of several things, including bookmarks. But now that I can't access settings, I can't set it to work according to my preferences.