How to Use Bookmarks Bar in Opera Browser

From version 15, Opera browser has going through a new phase. Now it is on Chrome’s rendering engine, it is much faster, offers simple browsing with speed dial, combined search and address bar and more, but it misses some basic functions of a browser and the most important one is the lack of bookmark manager.

The latest version of Opera comes with a bookmarks bar that offers fast access to your favorite websites, but it is turned off by default. You can activate bookmarks bar in the Settings screen.

Click Opera button and select Settings or use Alt + P shortcut to launch Settings screen. Under “User Interface” option tick “Show the bookmarks bar”. Now use the Ctrl + D shortcut key to bookmark your favorite web pages.


Another interesting feature of Opera browser is you can use your own image as wallpaper in your Opera browser. To do so, just right click on an image and choose, “Use Image as theme.”


To use an image from your computer as Opera wallpapaer, open the image with Opera and choose “Use Image as theme” option.

JP is an avid writer and a computer engineer with an acute interest in all things technology. He enjoys reading blog articles, tech magazines, tinkering with computers and mobile phones in his leisure time.

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