I am new to Opera and use the latest version on Windows 7.
Like I wrote above, do tabs get natively suspended (without a special extension), and if so, can that be stopped? The problem is that when I have more than one open, and one is left idle for a decent period of time, when I click on the tab that has sat idle for a while, there is a delay in the page re-rendering, just like it had been suspended. I don't like that on a slow computer because I have to wait to view one of those pages (I never open more than 2-3 tabs due to my slow computer).
Are tabs now being natively suspended, and if not, is the delay due to my slow computer, or is there another problem that is causing this?