Opera GX is a special version of the Opera browser built specifically to complement gaming. It lets gamers control their computer’s CPU and memory usage to make gaming and streaming smoother. It features Twitch integration and numerous customization options.
Opera made a "gaming browser" that lets you control CPU usageFor E3 this year, Opera is releasing what it's calling the "world's first gaming browser," a version of Opera that's been customized to appeal to gamers. It's a silly conceit, but there are actually some smart changes in here that could win over anyone who's serious about customizing every element of their PC.
Opera GX: What Is a "Gaming Browser," Anyway?Opera just released " Opera GX " and advertises it as the world's first gaming browser. Beyond the gaming-inspired theme and Razer Chroma integration, there's a very interesting CPU and RAM limiter feature. But will it speed up your PC gaming? Opera GX is a desktop web browser for Windows PCs.
Opera's new 'gaming browser' lets you set limits on CPU and RAM usageEditor's note: Yes we've seen RDR2 in the screenshot above, however that section shows 'New, Upcoming, and Interesting' games across multiple platforms—not just PC. No reason to freak out.]I admit to reflexively rolling my eyes when I first heard that Opera was building "the world's first gaming browser," called Opera GX.
Opera GX: Hands On With Opera's Slick, Speedy New Gaming Web BrowserToday Opera goes from a lightweight web browser for those who aren't comfortable living in lockstep with Google, to the world's first dedicated gaming browser -- and it's a good one.
Opera launches Opera GX, world's first gaming browser | ZDNetToday, Opera Software, the company behind the Opera browser, launched a custom version of its browser dedicated to online gamers and streamers. Named Opera GX, the browser comes with dedicated features that let users limit the browser's access to computer resources such as CPU (processor) and RAM (memory).
Opera jumps into gaming with Opera GX browser - whatever that isYou may not have heard of it, but Opera is a web browser competing with the likes of Chrome and Firefox to be the best browser. It may not have much going for it in terms of market share, but it's a quality browser.
Opera Is Launching a Web Browser for GamersImage: Opera I used to play video games almost exclusively from a laptop. Skyrim, Overwatch, or The Division 2-my laptop struggled, but did run them. I developed a ritual that had to be completed before I started up any game. Exit out of Discord. Force quit out of anything optional.
Opera launches a 'gaming browser' with Twitch integration"You're probably asking, 'what is a gaming browser?,' " Opera PM Maciej Kocemba says in the opening of the Opera GX introduction video. Fair enough. My first thought when the Norwegian browser company mentioned the concept to me was something akin to Google Stadia, with remote game streaming. Turns...
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