In the latest opera 65 update, the tracker feature introduced in version 64 is further enhanced, providing fine-grained control options for users to see what the tracker has blocked, and more. In addition, the new version also improves the bookmark sidebar, users can click on the link below this article to download the installation.
A new tracker has been introduced in Opera 64 that prevents programs from using easyPrivacy tracking protection lists, so it checks which trackers should be blocked and then blocks them from loading for privacy. When enabled, users will see a shield icon on the browser’s address bar, which can be clicked to see the tracking behavior and other content that has been blocked.
In Opera 65, users can set up separate tracker on settings for each site, which means that the tracker can remain active on sites that are actually useful. Note, however, that enabling this feature can enhance the browsing experience. Opera says the tracker blocker alone can increase page load speed by 20 percent.
In addition to the improved tracker blocking feature, Opera 65 continues to drill down on UI design elements that bring a redesigned address bar. When you use the address bar, the web pages you are currently using are dimmed, providing visual clarity when searching. The layout of the drop-down menu has also changed – now first the site title is displayed, and then hyperlinks are displayed, providing a clear overview of browsing history suggestions, bookmarks, and speed dial elements.
Websites now have their site icons, making them more differentiated, and you can quickly access any previously visited sites by typing keywords. All of these changes make access to content easier and the browsing experience faster.
Finally, Opera 65 adds an improved bookmark sidebar panel that you can access by clicking the Heart icon. In the panel, users can see their bookmarks. You can manage folders or unwanted bookmarks by adding folders. Users can also click Show full bookmark view to see an extended version with more options.