How to Disable the Opera Turbo


The Opera browser is a popular free Web browser that allows you to surf the Internet, chat online, download files and send and receive email messages. One of the features is Opera Turbo; when turned on, this feature automatically increases your bandwidth when a slow Internet connection is detected. Opera Turbo is useful when your Internet connection is slow; however, if your Internet connection is usually fast, you may want to disable this feature.

  • Double-click on the Opera icon on your desktop to launch it. Alternatively, click "Start," "All Programs" and then "Opera."

  • Click the drop-down arrow on the right side of the Opera Turbo icon and select "Configure." The Opera Turbo settings window will now appear.

  • Click "Off" and then "OK" to close the window. The Opera Turbo icon will now turn gray, and the Web pages you visit will load normally.

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