These days Internet users visit dozens of websites on a daily basis. For convenience and productivity, the developers have created bookmarks – saved sites in the browser. When you find a website that is interesting for you, you can add it to the bookmarks bar in Opera. After that, it will be in a convenient place for you. But there are many reasons why your bookmarks bar might disappear. This action can be a result of viruses, malicious scripts, software failures and also due to damage of the hard disk sectors. To prevent such problems, users should regularly back up and synchronize data with Opera account. This guide will show you how to synchronize data in Opera Browser.
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How To Synchronize Data In Opera Browser
The cloud storages are more and more popular. Any popular web browser must have its own cloud server to store the personal information of its users. In modern versions of Opera, this function is available in the settings under the name “Synchronization”.
To use it, you need to have an Opera account. This feature is available for free. The creation of the account is easy, just follow the instructions provided:
Launch Opera browser.
Click on Menu button in the top-left corner of the screen and in the drop down menu, find the option “Synchronization”.
Then you will see the small window in the top-right Opera window with a proposal to create an account.
Enter your e-mail address and password and click on button “Create account”.
After that, you will see the screen where you need to click on “Synchronize” button.
Then, your Opera browser will keep a list of your bookmarks on the server. If you reinstall Windows or lose your data, you can re-enable synchronization. Then all your data will be in the browser automatically.
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