Opera today released Opera GX, a particular version of its Opera browser that it says has been constructed to “complement gaming” on Mac.

Opera Launches Opera GX, the 'World's First Gaming Browser' for macOS" />                                            function getCookie(cname) {                         var name = cname + "=";                         var decodedCookie = decodeURIComponent(document.cookie);                         var ca = decodedCookie.split(';');                         for(var i = 0; i  The macOS version of Opera's gaming browser is now available for download in early access mode. Interested users can grab it now from Opera's website. Tag: Opera browser   26 comments           .front-under-extra-responsive { width: 300px; height: 250px; } @media only screen  and (min-device-width : 768px)  and (max-device-width : 1024px)  and (orientation : portrait) { .front-under-extra-responsive { display: none !important; } }     if(hide_ads == false){ (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); }     Top Rated Comments (View all)      Pepe4life 1 day ago at 03:22 am Why would I download a browser that is owned by a Chinese state-sponsored corporation? (Beijing Kunlun Tech) Rating: 7 Votes        Mike Haas 1 day ago at 03:28 am  Why would I download a browser that is owned by a Chinese state-sponsored corporation? (Beijing Kunlun Tech)   Why do you buy equipment that is made by Chinese who make poverty wages while the parent company and it's CEO make millions? It's better if the company is US-owned? Rating: 7 Votes        Steve121178 1 day ago at 04:30 am  Why would I download a browser that is owned by a Chinese state-sponsored corporation? (Beijing Kunlun Tech)   Why is American based software any more trustworthy?  Answer: It's not. Especially when GCHQ & NSA are intercepting literally everything that passes across the internet. Rating: 5 Votes        GeneralChang 1 day ago at 07:12 am  My gaming PC is a beast, no need for this.  Username checks out Rating: 4 Votes        konqerror 1 day ago at 09:11 am  Chinese authorities care about one thing: their continued political hegemony. If you cannot pose a threat then you are of no interest to them.   Completely incorrect. The Chinese actively engage in economic and industrial espionage. You must have missed the Apple Car data theft posts on this site. They target American interests at all levels, even down to hacking college students to gain access to research data. Rating: 3 Votes        star-affinity 1 day ago at 02:55 am Another solution is to simply quit the browser while gaming? ?  I see it has some other game related features too, fair enough I guess… Rating: 3 Votes        Pepe4life 1 day ago at 03:40 am  Why do you buy equipment that is made by Chinese who make poverty wages while the parent company and it's CEO make millions? It's better if the company is US-owned?  I don’t want my browser data accessed by the Chinese government. Rating: 3 Votes        twistedpixel8 1 day ago at 06:00 am Chrome Devs: ”Limit RAM? What devil speak is this?!” Rating: 3 Votes        Codpeace 1 day ago at 04:27 am  I don’t want my browser data accessed by the Chinese government.  On the assumption that you are not a Chinese national: they don’t (1) care at all about your browser data and (2) have time to monitor your online activity.   Chinese authorities care about one thing: their continued political hegemony. If you cannot pose a threat then you are of no interest to them. And monitoring those who can pose a threat, namely 1.3 billion Chinese nationals, leaves little manpower free for frolics and detours like spying on what the random laowai (foreigner; being a show off, I tried to put in Chinese characters but they didn’t work...) might be browsing. Rating: 3 Votes        gpat 1 day ago at 03:16 am Great, now I suppose I won't waste any power while I'm killing it on a deathmatch played on my Intel UHD 617. Rating: 2 Votes   [ Read All Comments ]         Guides     iPhone  On the market for an iPhone? Here's a breakdown of all the currently shipping iPhones from Apple.      Night Mode (iPhone 11)  Night mode is an automatic setting which takes advantage of the new wide-angle camera that's in the ‌iPhone 11‌ and 11 Pro models. 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Opera GX features a number of features designed to assist users get the most out of gaming and shopping, the most outstanding being GX Control, which lets users set limits on the browser’s system useful resource utilization.

Opera says a survey it performed revealed that lack of reminiscence and network limitations are the two fundamental points for avid gamers, which is why it got here up with the concept of limiter controls for CPU, RAM, and network bandwidth.

Opera GX presents a distinctive set of features that supplies options to these issues. The set of browser limiters, which includes a Network Bandwidth Limiter, as properly as CPU and RAM Limiters, prevents the browser from changing into useful resource-hungry. What this means in observe is that everybody’s machines are left with more assets for operating video games.

The browser includes other features aimed at making avid gamers joyful, together with Twitch accessible from the sidebar, image in image for watching streams, built-in messenger companies, an advert blocker, free VPN, and a number of customized theme choices.


The macOS version of Opera’s gaming browser is now available for download in early access mode. Interested users can grab it now from Opera’s website.