Browse Faster in Slow Connections with Opera Browser

Opera is one of the popular web browsers. Opera Tips highlights a few features and functions to show you what Opera can do for you.

Opera Turbo uses compression technology that boosts your webpage download speed on limited-bandwidth connections. for example, when using a crowded Wi-Fi connection in a cafe or a slow dial-up modem.

Even while using Opera Turbo, secured connections do not go through Opera’s servers. This means that when you are using your bank or transmitting sensitive data, you are talking directly with the website.

When Opera Turbo is enabled, webpages are compressed via Opera’s servers so that they use much less data than the originals. This means that there is less to download, so you can see your webpages more quickly.

Enabling Opera Turbo is as simple as clicking the Opera Turbo icon at the bottom-left of the Opera browser window. When you are on a fast connection again and Opera Turbo is not needed, the Opera browser will automatically disable it. Enable Turbo in Opera Browser.

Opera Turbo

The latest version of Opera browser comes with the Turbo Mode. Go to Opera home and download.

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