The browser for gamers
Get an unparalleled gaming and browsing experience on mobile and desktop. Set limits on CPU, RAM, and Network usage, use Discord & Twitch from the sidebar, and connect mobile and desktop browsers with the file-sharing Flow feature. See more
What is Opera GX?
Opera GX is a special version of the Opera browser built specifically for gamers. The browser includes unique features like CPU, RAM and Network limiters to help you get the most out of both gaming and browsing.
Bring your gaming style to mobile. Connect mobile and desktop browsers with the file-sharing Flow feature, smoothly browse on the go with the one-handed Fast Action Button, and protect your privacy with the built-in ad blocker in the mobile browser for gamers.
Beyond its award-winning design, Opera GX brings speed, customization and privacy to desktop and mobile browsers. Take a look at its exclusive built-in features and see why people are using Opera GX.
Completely customize your color scheme with Opera GX to match your gaming setup. Choose from specially designed themes, and easily select GX desktop wallpapers as a gaming background.
Light and Dark modes
Talk with your teams, friends and communities with Discord in your sidebar. Join us on Discord to talk about gaming, give feedback on GX, and have fun with the Opera GX community.
Force dark pages
Enable dark mode on any page to match your GX browser and relax your eyes.
Detach online videos to watch on top of other windows while you continue browsing.
Control your privacy and security with the free integrated browser VPN.
Browse with less headaches and load websites faster with the built-in ad blocker.
Keep your data
when you switch
to Opera GX
When you change browsers to Opera GX, you’re automatically prompted to import whatever data you want from your old browser. If you’re already using Opera GX, you can import everything by following the steps below.
Settings > Synchronization > Import bookmarks and settings
First, go ahead and open your Opera GX browser.
Open Settings by pressing Alt+P (⌘+, on Mac).
Under Synchronization, click Import bookmarks and settings.
Choose which data to import, and which browser to get it from.