Opera’s features are laid out simply. Getting to use the popular VPN feature is intuitive, for example. All you need to do is to confirm the ‘Enable VPN‘ option under the browser’s security and privacy settings. Visual bookmarks and tab cycling help to keep track of all the websites you might have opened at any one time, but not read fully. This makes it a very handy tool for people who do lots of online research and might need to revisit partially read articles, for instance. The browser comes with what the developers call a ‘Turbo Feature’ which is easily accessed, too. This is designed to upload websites to your device’s screen extremely rapidly due to some nifty data compression techniques. It should even put your power consumption under less stress making your battery last longer into the bargain. Another handy feature which is easy to enable is a currency converter function. This is ideal for comparing prices when shopping online, especially if you are looking for that special something on overseas websites. Lastly, Opera software makes for a pop-up advertisement-free environment. Ideal if you don’t like lots of ads getting in the way of what you are actually searching for, the maker’s claim that by far the majority of annoying ads are prevented from popping on to your screen and slowing your computer down as a result.