Mozilla is a company that cares about privacy, not only of its users, but of the entire network. It has been around for some versions blocking trackers by default, those little "extras" of the webs that create a profile based on our browsing habits. More recently, he has also included an option to find out what exactly he has blocked, and this is something he has also included Opera 65, the latest version of one of the most popular web browsers.
As explained in the release note of Opera 65, there are some of these Trackers which are positive for us and allow us not to have to configure everything again every time we enter a website, but most have other plans. The new version of Opera will give us more control over these guests: The lock function that they introduced in Opera 64 can be changed in the simple settings menu or from the general preferences. When activated, the shield icon will appear in the address bar.
Opera 65 includes a redesigned address bar
With the release of Opera Reborn 3 last spring, we introduced a redesigned interface with features including a light and dark theme, allowing you to adjust your browser to your mood and help you focus on browsing. Today we continue with the design changes of the R3 with a new improved version of the address bar.
When accessing the address bar, the web page we are using will lower the brightness, allowing us to better see what we are looking for. What is displayed has also changed: page titles are now displayed first, then hyperlinks, favorites, and shortcut items. On the other hand, based on the comments of the community, they have changed the appearance of the favorites.
Opera 65 It is now available for Windows, macOS and Linux from this link.