I am not an advanced user, but unless Opera is getting revenue from the Messengers that it carries, or adding Signal is somehow otherwise infeasible, look into it. Would go with the free VPN service--in theme. (I know, WhatsApp is encrypted, but not as well. I don't use it.)
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RE: Opera 67.0.3575.31 totally unusable on Windows 10 x64Opera for Windows
I have two Win Pro 10/64 computers. 67.0.3575.31 exhibits the same problems as described by AnthG--no go. I completely uninstalled it together with my data. On the other Win Pro 10/64 works fine. I will attempt to reinstall once again but without any data retained and report back, but I am doubtful. It installed and seemed okay--UNTIL I tried to Sync it--then it reverted to not responding behavior like before. On the other computer it is sync'ed, so I don't get it. Opera, you have a problem. Seems to work briefly while attempting to sync, then bombs out before syncing, while attempting to do so. I will once again uninstall, including the data, and refer back here to see if Opera has fixed this, only using it without any synchronization. Yes, I am using another browser to report this, the Chromium version of Edge, FWIW.
RE: [Solved]I am trying to install 70.0.3728.106 and I can only get 69.0.3686.47 !Opera for Windows
@sgunhouse This worked after I scrolled lower on the page and found the Windows 64-bit link, which DID indicate the correct version 70.0.3728.106 and in fact did install that version. I am now back up with Opera. Thank you SGunhouse (and LeoCG). Henceforth I will be aware that one should scroll lower, and find the 64-bit (in my case) version. I do wish that Opera would fix its Update & Recovery function within the browser, which never works for me (although I may work for others and has occasionally worked on another computer).