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How to use the Opera browser to navigate the web safely. How to clear cookies, print web pages, browser privately, and more.

Web browsers

How to set a browser proxy server in Windows

  • tutorial
  • Codrut Neagu
  • 31.08.2023
Proxy servers are intermediaries between your PC and the internet. When your browser uses a proxy server, the websites you access see the proxy as the actual visitor instead of your computer. This can improve your online privacy and security while also helping you bypass...
Mobile web browsers

Where are cookies stored on Android?

  • tutorial
  • Codrut Neagu
  • 09.08.2023
If you own an Android device, you might be wondering where your browser cookies are stored on it. If you’ve arrived here, you probably already know that cookies are small pieces of data that websites send to your browser when you visit them. They can...
Opera GX

The 7 best features of Opera GX

  • misc
  • Codrut Neagu
  • 14.06.2023
If you’re a gamer, you might want to take into account Opera GX, the web browser designed specifically for gaming. What makes it stand out are its features, like the ability to control how much CPU and RAM it uses, or its deep customization, unlike...
Web browsers

What's the fastest web browser for Windows in 2023?

  • misc
  • Codrut Neagu
  • 23.05.2023
There are so many web browsers you can try and use that their sheer number might feel overwhelming. So, if you’re trying to find the best web browser in 2023, we thought it would be a good idea to check out the most popular ones...
Opera GX

Opera GX review: Do you want a gaming browser?

  • review
  • Codrut Neagu
  • 17.05.2023
If you’re a gamer and you usually keep your browser open even when you’re playing games, you might want to check out Opera GX. It’s a unique web browser, designed especially for gamers, and full of tools, features, and personalization options. If you’ve seen it,...
Web browsers

How to make Chrome the default browser in Windows 11

  • tutorial
  • Codrut Neagu
  • 21.04.2023
In the early days of Windows 11, you couldn’t simply click on a setting to instantly change your default web browser from Microsoft Edge to something else. You had to set the default browser by changing the default app by file type or link type....
Web browsers

Where are cookies stored in Windows? (Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Opera)

  • tutorial
  • Ciprian Adrian Rusen
  • 19.01.2023
Cookies are tiny files stored on your PC or device, which can be used by websites or web apps to tailor your online experience. That’s all nice and dandy, but where are cookies stored in Windows 10 and Windows 11? In the past, web browsers...
Opera

How to see and clear cookies in Opera and Opera GX

  • tutorial
  • Ciprian Adrian Rusen
  • 17.01.2023
Most websites use cookies to store information about your visits and preferences. For example, cookies may be used for tracking purposes or for personalizing the ads displayed to match your interests. Do you use Opera or Opera GX? Do you want to view the cookies...
Web browsers

What are cookies, and what do they do?

  • misc
  • Codrut Neagu
  • 28.11.2022
When browsing the internet, you often encounter the term “cookies.” Many websites inform you about using cookies and ask for your approval. Web browsers have many settings for managing cookies, and even browser add-ons mention blocking cookies of all kinds. Even though you know that...
Web browsers

How to pin a website to the taskbar or the Start Menu

  • tutorial
  • Ciprian Adrian Rusen
  • 16.11.2022
Do you want to know how to pin a website to the taskbar? Maybe you start your day with Facebook or Instagram, with a news site that you enjoy reading, or by checking your Gmail, and you want it accessible with one click, straight from...
Web browsers

How to zoom in and zoom out in your web browser

  • tutorial
  • Tudor Dan
  • 23.09.2021
There are several ways in which you can optimize the reading experience while using a web browser. One way is to zoom in and make the text, images, and icons bigger on the web pages that you want to read. You may need to do...
Web browsers

How do I make the text bigger in Chrome, Edge, Firefox, and Opera?

  • tutorial
  • Tudor Dan
  • 13.09.2021
Have you tried to read a web page and had to squint your eyes because the font size was too small? The combination of resolutions and screen sizes can sometimes result in weird pairings that make the text on web pages hard to read. The...
Web browsers

Put Chrome & other browsers in full screen (Edge, Firefox, and Opera)

  • tutorial
  • Tudor Dan
  • 08.09.2021
When browsing the internet, you ideally want as much screen space as possible allocated to website contents. Especially when your monitor is small, an extra inch can make a world of difference. Well, we have good news. You can extend the space used by the...
Print preview

How to print an article without ads in all major browsers

  • tutorial
  • Diana Ann Roe
  • 23.08.2021
Do you want to print without ads? If you’re browsing the internet, and you come across an interesting article or guide, it’s a good idea to know how to print the web page without ads. Otherwise, all the annoying advertisements and sidebars get printed as...
Private browsing

Go incognito with a shortcut key in Chrome, Edge, Firefox, and Opera

  • tutorial
  • Ciprian Adrian Rusen
  • 04.08.2021
We all want to browse the web as privately as possible, and using dedicated modes like Google Chrome’s Incognito or Microsoft Edge’s InPrivate helps us with this goal. If you’re sharing a device, it makes sense to want to keep some of your browsing history...
Private browsing

How to go incognito in Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Opera

  • tutorial
  • Diana Ann Roe
  • 26.07.2021
Are you wondering how to go incognito in your web browser and what that means? Incognito Mode is a useful tool that prevents your browser from saving data about you and the websites you visit. While every major browser offers private browsing, the feature comes...
Opera

How to stop crypto mining and cryptojacking in Opera

  • tutorial
  • Ciprian Adrian Rusen
  • 09.07.2021
Do you know that some websites on the internet use your browser to mine for cryptocurrencies without your permission? This technique is also known as cryptojacking, and it involves using your computer’s resources to generate cryptocurrencies that can then be used in the real world....