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Windows 7: Opera browser

13 Apr 2016   #1
motim

Windows 7 Pro 32 bit
 
 
Opera browser

Hello Forum,
Because Firefox uses a lot of cpu and lot of memory, I activated "Time Freeze" to 'on' and installed temporarily Opera browser and checked it for some hours. It really uses less cpu and memory then firefox,
I tried to import all bookmarks from firefox, but I have to import each one by one, is there another way ?

But here is a problem I need help soon - while Opera was open, (time freeze still on) on the screen poped up a big notice that I am using a pirated software and it will stop in 7 days. After a while I restarted the pc, Opera was gone (do not know if I install it at all), then I opened the so called 'pirated' program - it really warned me that in 7 days it will stop, or enter the registration code, and so I did, got a "thank you for registering" notice, opened that program's "about", verified that it is registered.
When I came back to the computer, firefox is open, that warning notice came up again ! I opened that program - checked the "about", the registration was there, the program works nice.
I had never such a warning since installation of this program, I am afraid it is somehow connected with the opera browser, but now opera is no more installed.
Is it possible that the warning page is somewhere in the cache of firefox ?
Need some help please !
Thanks for answers
Motim


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