The OperaGX browser gets a new love for RGB. For anyone packing Logitech peripherals. OperaGX now allows you to integrate Logitech G Lightsync. Why? Who knows, honestly.
But besides, why not? If people feel the need to create their lighting effects and animations to “cause an explosion of color,” as the press release puts it, who am I to stand in their way? I am not a supporter of the oppression of freedom of expression in a fantastic photon format.
If you haven’t heard of it. Opera is a browser-based alternative to Chrome, Firefox, and the like that prides itself on taking user privacy seriously. Self-proclaimed “global web innovator.”
On the other hand, Operate is a player-friendly version of the popular viewing software. It has more gaming features like restricting access to system resources so your gaming PC can focus on gaming performance rather than sinking into your browser’s greedy RAM demands.
“Custom effects and animations can be imported into the browser with just one click. The press release notes, “turning a new tab opening, downloading new game content, or activating RAM, CPU, and network limits into a complete lighting experience.”
In September last year, we saw OperaGX moving closer to Corsair when the company announced that its browser would include iCUE integration. Logitech users can now join the browser rave, and those long midnight wiki deep-dive sessions will become much more alive.