Opera Turbo is a server-side optimization and compression technology that speeds up data transfer and reduces the amount of data that needs to be downloaded in order to view the page by up to 80%. Among other means, the compression is achieved by image down-sampling therefore some level of distortion in graphics may occur.When you start Opera, you will see an Opera Turbo icon on the left of the status bar at the bottom of the browser. The status bar can show you two modes:Opera Turbo is enabled (average compression since enabled is 2x).Opera Turbo is disabled.Switch between the modes by clicking the icon.You can set up Opera Turbo to be enabled automatically when slow network connection is detected.
- Click on the Opera Turbo icon drop-down triangle and select Configure Opera Turbo… from the contextual menu.
- Select Automatic in the dialog box.
You can disable Turbo by clicking the button again.Alternatively, Opera Turbo can be enabled through Tools then Preferences then Web pages then Opera turbo and then Details.