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what opera extensions (plugins)


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#1 Guest_nickko_*

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Posted 20 December 2015 - 02:32 AM

good morning to all,

 

i am really very satisfied with the opera browser i have installed just lately

 

please, i wish to know if any of the follows can be downloaded as extensions (plugins)

 

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antivirus

antispyware

pdf document viewer

secure browsing

translation

 

i receive too many pop ups,  ads on nearly every site i visited like music news, home recording forum, sony vegas forum,  football, vimeo, greek news and it is almost impossible to surf without those annoying things

 

many thanks in advance

 

 



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Posted 20 December 2015 - 10:24 AM

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Good morning. I'm going to answer a question you posed indirectly. If endless pop-ups and the like are driving you crazy you should download and ad blocker. I think Adblock Plus has an Opera extension, but if not, someone will. I don't have Opera installed on this machine.
 
 

please, i wish to know if any of the follows can be downloaded as extensions (plugins)
 
no history


Probably, but Opera supports its own version of private browsing, and that's precisely what private browsing is. There's no need for any extension/add-on/plug-in
 

antivirus


This is not normally handled as a browser element, per se, though many antivirus products place themselves such that they scan URLs before they let you get there.
 

antispyware


Many, but for one that works with all browsers, but not as a plug-in, I've always liked Brightfort's Spywareblaster.
 

pdf document viewer


Too many to mention. Take your pick from Opera's add-on search results.
 

secure browsing


Look into the EFF's HTTPS Everywhere. I think they have an Opera version, but I might be mistaken.
 

translation


Don't know about this under Opera.
 


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Posted 21 December 2015 - 11:39 AM

good afternoon dear britechguy,

 

please, let me first thank you very very much for the informations

 

i will follow your advice and i will download all those plugins you have mentioned

 

thanks again






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