Oct 15, 2019

Install and Update the Opera Web Browser

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#*Your computer may ask you if you want the file to change settings in your computer. You cannot download Opera if you click "No", so click on the "Yes" button.
 
#*Your computer may ask you if you want the file to change settings in your computer. You cannot download Opera if you click "No", so click on the "Yes" button.
 
#*Your computer may also ask you to get a Microsoft-verified app. If this prompt appears, click on the "Install anyway" button.
 
#*Your computer may also ask you to get a Microsoft-verified app. If this prompt appears, click on the "Install anyway" button.
#Click on the "Install" button.
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#Click on the "Install" button.[[Image:IOWB(7).png|center]]
 
#*A small box should pop up on your screen with a button labeled "Install". You can also change advanced installation settings by clicking on the "Options" button.
 
#*A small box should pop up on your screen with a button labeled "Install". You can also change advanced installation settings by clicking on the "Options" button.
#Allow Opera files to install themselves.
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#Allow Opera files to install themselves.[[Image:IOWB(8).png|center]]
 
#*The time the files take to install can vary depending on your internet connection speeds.
 
#*The time the files take to install can vary depending on your internet connection speeds.
#Once installation is complete, Opera will now be installed on your computer.
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#Once installation is complete, Opera will now be installed on your computer.[[Image:IOWB(9).png|center]]
 
#*Opera may open itself automatically when the installation is complete. The shortcut to open Opera will automatically appear on your Desktop.
 
#*Opera may open itself automatically when the installation is complete. The shortcut to open Opera will automatically appear on your Desktop.
   
 
==Updating the Opera Web Browser==
 
==Updating the Opera Web Browser==
#Open the Opera Web Browser.
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#Open the Opera Web Browser.[[Image:IOWB(10).png|center]]
 
#*If the Opera web browser is not already open, you can open it by clicking on the shortcut usually located on your Desktop.
 
#*If the Opera web browser is not already open, you can open it by clicking on the shortcut usually located on your Desktop.
#Open the menu located in the top left corner of the browser.
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#Open the menu located in the top left corner of the browser.[[Image:IOWB(11).png|center]]
 
#*The menu button is the Opera icon, a red ring located in the top left corner of the browser.
 
#*The menu button is the Opera icon, a red ring located in the top left corner of the browser.
#Click on the button labeled "Update & Recovery..."
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#Click on the button labeled "Update & Recovery..."[[Image:IOWB(12).png|center]]
#Click on the blue button labeled "Check for update."
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#Click on the blue button labeled "Check for update."[[Image:IOWB(13).png|center]]
 
#*The browser will immediately begin checking to see if your browser needs to be updated. If the browser needs to be updated, it will automatically begin installing the newest update. If the browser does not need to be updated, the text above the blue button will inform you that Opera is using the newest version.
 
#*The browser will immediately begin checking to see if your browser needs to be updated. If the browser needs to be updated, it will automatically begin installing the newest update. If the browser does not need to be updated, the text above the blue button will inform you that Opera is using the newest version.
#After the update installs, you will be using the newest version of Opera Available.
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#After the update installs, you will be using the newest version of Opera available.[[Image:IOWB(14).png|center]]
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