The Opera browser is similar to the monstrous graphics editor Adobe Photoshop: the same action can be performed in several ways. The deletion of information about visits to Internet pages is no exception.
Start Opera. Here, it's worth immediately identifying what are the several ways in which you can clear your browser history. Conditionally, they can be divided into two types: deleting history completely and partially.
Open the general settings window of the program; there are several ways to do this. First, if the main menu is displayed, click "Tools" -> "General Settings". Second: if the main menu is not displayed, click on the button with the Opera symbol in the upper left part of the program, and in the drop-down menu "Settings" -> "General settings". Third: press the key combination Ctrl + F12.
Open the "Advanced" tab and select "History" on the left side of the window. To the right and below the inscription "Remember visited addresses for history and autocomplete" there will be a "Clear" button, click on it. Finally, click OK.
Open the History menu. This can be done in several ways. First, if you have a sidebar displayed, click on the clock icon. Second: if the main menu is displayed, click "Tools" -> "History". Third: if the main menu is not displayed, click on the button with the Opera symbol in the upper left corner of the program, and then "History". Fourth: press the hotkeys Ctrl + Shift + H.
From the proposed list ("Today", "Yesterday", "This week", "This month", "Earlier") select the required option by clicking on it once. The folder will expand, showing the sites that were visited during this period using that browser. If you click on any site, then specific pages that have been visited will appear. Using the Ctrl and Shift keys, select those pages or sites that you need, and then press Delete on your keyboard or on the "Delete" button, which is located at the top of the menu.