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Hey all,

So, I've recently started to use my browser as a portable one. However, I'm trying to see if I can combine Google Chrome and Opera to work in complete harmony.

On my laptop, Opera is perfect as it runs quite smooth and quick and has all of the functions I want it to have. However, on my computer, opera seems to be laggy so I use Google Chrome as it's quick and that's what I'm after. I hate waiting for Opera to start when Chrome does it in 1/4 of the time.

Anyway, I love Chrome incognito mode and I know that Opera is lacking. Is it possible to some-how get a private browsing feature in Opera?

Also, is it possible to sync my bookmarks between both Opera and Chrome without using a 3rd party application/website. As I am often on many different computers - not only my own, but when I'm studying, when I'm at work, fixing friends computers, etc...

I've done quite a bit of research into this and couldn't find anything on the subject. So I was hoping that someone at Geeks to Go would have a bit of an idea on how to accomplish at least one of these feats.

I may also add, that I have Opera on my symbian phone, so I have bookmarks syncing between the two and was wondering if I could incorporate that syncing with google chrome.

Thank you,
JJ Styles.

Edited by ItsJJStyles, 23 November 2009 - 04:48 AM.

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