It's funny how a browser, that's been around as long as Opera has, doesn't let the user do what he/she wants to make it there "own". I use different web browsers, for development purposes, in which one is a not-so-well-known one called Slimbrowser by a company called Flashpeak. They recently implemented a "Speed Dial" to their browser in which you can easily update the image displayed on the speed dial item. No databases required. Just a folder with .jpg or .png files that it points to and loads the image. No third party software needed either. Just locate a logo or pic on a web search, mess with it a little in an image editor to get it to look right, typically 450px X 300px, and saved as the appropriate name, 1_Snap.jpg/png, 2_Snap.jpg/png, etc. Now, I'm not promoting Slimbrowser only it's speed dial editability. Since Windows 8 and 8.1, it doesn't work quite the way it used to (the browser, itself). Worked great with earlier versions of Windows, though.
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