Opera Turbo saves bandwidth and compresses data while you browse. It will speed up your browsing experience on slow network connections.
To enable or disable Opera Turbo, go to Read more about Opera Turbo..
The complete list of developer tools is too long to detail here. For more information, please review the developer tools user guide.
For Mac users, to open developer tools, select Developer will appear on the menu bar. To use the tools, select .. A new submenu called
For Windows and Linux users, to open developer tools, go to
To close developer tools, click the X button on the upper-right corner of the developer tools window.
A proxy server is a computer that can, for example: store local copies of pages for quick access, act as an interpreter between your browser and a special service, alter or monitor information exchange, or speed up web communication.
To change your proxy server settings:
- Go to Settings (Preferences on Mac).
- Click Advanced at the bottom of the page.
- Under System, click Open proxy settings.
All traffic using the respective protocol will go through the proxy server you specify. To use a proxy, you need to specify:
- A protocol, such as
- A web address, such as
- A port number, such as
You can get this information from your internet service provider (ISP), the host of your proxy server, or the documentation that comes with your proxy software.
You can specify whether you want the proxy used even for local servers by checking the Use proxy for local servers checkbox.
If your internet provider requires automatic proxy, please enter the web address provided by your ISP.
Opera allows you to test out experimental features, new capabilities, and alternative configurations for your browser. You can read about and enable experiments by navigating to
opera:flags. Opera experiments are unstable and are not recommended for casual users. Enabling experimental features can compromise security and privacy and may delete data. If you choose to enable experimental features, you should proceed with caution on a properly backed-up computer.