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Cookies

Opera Help Cookies Cookies are small data files that store information in connection with a website. For example, a cookie may be created to store the contents of an online shopping basket, or to confirm that you are logged in as you browse the pages of a site. When a cookie is set, the sequence of events is the following: During first contact, the website offers you a cookie for a specific domain. If you accept the cookie, it is saved on your computer. Every time you make contact with a resour...

Exit actions

Opera Help Exit actions You can set certain actions to occur each time you close the browser. Confirm exit dialog ¶ You can have Opera display a dialog to confirm that you want to exit, to prevent you from accidentally closing the application. To set this, go to Settings > Preferences > Advanced > Browsing and check "Confirm exit". Clear cache ¶ To clear your cache every time you exit the browser, go to Settings > Preferences > Advanced > History and in the Disk cache section, check "Empty on ...

Delete private data

Opera Help Delete private data To delete private data, go to Settings > Delete Private Data . A dialog displays, allowing you to select the data you want to delete. This dialog helps you to delete traces of your browsing activity, however take care not to erase useful data inadvertently. If you are not already familiar with them, try private tabs ; the data for each private tab is automatically deleted when you close the tab. Delete Private Data dialog options are: Delete temporary cookies Delet...

Privacy

Opera Help Privacy To ensure your privacy, there are ways you can control how websites monitor your web activities, and ways to keep your browsing habits and data private when sharing a computer or account. Do not track Referrer information Automatic redirection Private browsing Delete private data Cache Cookies History Passwords See also: Guide to security and privacy in Opera Copyright © 1995 - 2012 Opera Software ASA. All rights reserved....

Automatic redirection

Opera Help Automatic redirection Some webpages automatically redirect you to another page or site. If you would rather stay in control by clicking redirection links, go to Settings > Preferences > Advanced > Network and uncheck "Enable automatic redirection". Set site-specific preferences ¶ If you want to change this setting for a particular website, you can use site preferences . Related topics ¶ Do not track Referrer information Private browsing Delete private data Cache Cookies History Pas...

Referrer information

Opera Help Referrer information Some websites make note of the page you visited immediately before arriving at that site. This helps them to understand how traffic is directed to their site. If you do not want websites to know which site you came from, go to Settings > Preferences > Advanced > Network and uncheck "Send referrer information" to disable it. Note: Some sites depend on referrer information to work properly. Set site-specific preferences ¶ If you want to change this setting for a p...

Do not track

Opera Help Do not track You can set Opera to tell sites if you prefer to opt-out of online behavioral tracking. To set this, go to Settings > Preferences > Advanced > Security and check “Ask websites not to track me”. Set site-specific preferences ¶ If you want to apply this setting for a particular website, you can use site preferences , and check this option on the Network tab. Related topics ¶ Referrer information Automatic redirection Private browsing Delete private data Cache Cookies His...

Preferences

Opera Help Preferences Opera's preference dialog holds a great number of useful settings to change the browser behavior to suit you. Access the preferences by going to Settings > Preferences or by pressing Ctrl+F12 . Preferences tabs ¶ The Preferences dialog has 5 tabs (note that the Advanced tab is split into distinct sub-topics): Tab Allows you to change settings for ... General Start up tabs Home page Pop-ups Language Forms Passwords Personal data saved for forms Search Search engines and k...

Private browsing

Opera Help Private browsing To browse without leaving any trace of the websites you visit, you can use a private tab or window. This is especially useful if you are using someone else's computer, or planning a surprise that you want to keep secret. When you close a private tab, the following data related to the tab is deleted: browsing history items in cache cookies logins A closed private tab or window cannot be recovered from the "Closed Tabs" drop-down on the right side of the tab bar. While ...

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