How to Disable Hardware Acceleration on Opera Browser

Updated on March 25, 2021

These are the instructions to Disable Hardware Acceleration on Opera Browser (this method can be used on Windows, Mac, and Linux computers).

Disable Hardware Acceleration on Opera Browser

  1. Open Opera Browser on your Computer (assuming opera is already installed; if not you can Download Opera Browser and launch it).
  2. opera shortcut
  3. Click on the Opera Icon to Open the Menu:
  4. opera menu
  5. Click on Settings:
  6. opera settings
  7. Under Settings, Click on Advanced:
  8. opera settings advanced
  9. Under Advanced, Click on Browser:
  10. opera advanced browser
  11. Scroll down the page till you see System. Under System, You will see Use hardware acceleration when available with Enabled Checkbox.
  12. opera system hardware acceleration
  13. Now, You have to disable the checkbox by clicking on it.
  14. opera hardware acceleration
  15. Now, Click on the Relaunch button to Restart the Browser.
  16. opera hardware acceleration disabled relaunch

    Congratulations! Hardware Acceleration is now disabled on your Opera Browser.


[*] How to Enable? If you ever wanted to Enable Hardware Acceleration on Opera Browser, then Simple Open the Opera Browser > Click on Menu > Settings > Click on Advanced from Left Sidebar > Click on Browser > Scroll down the Page till System > Under System, Tick the Use hardware acceleration when available Checkbox > Relaunch.

[*] Opera Guides: If you are looking for How-to Guides on Opera Browser then, Check out the Opera Guides Page.

[*] Credits: Opera Browser is developed and provided by Opera Software Inc. So, full credit goes to Opera Software for developing the Browser.

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