The flexibility and convenience you configure automatic updates directly depend on the browser you are using. Only the Opera browser has a built-in option settings, auto-update. If you use other browsers, you will have to download and install special extensions.
To configure automatic updates page in the Opera browser, just right click anywhere in the open page, open the "Update every...", then select the desired interval from 5 seconds and above (5 seconds, 15, 30, 1 minute,., 2, 5, 15, 30).
To configure automatic updates in Mozilla Firefox you have to download and install the addon TabMix Plus and Tab Utilities. They present many useful options, including setting the auto-refresh pages.
If you use Internet Explorer, configure automatic updates to pages will not work, there are no relevant options. You can get out of the situation with one of years that are add-ons to IE. For example, the automatic update page is quite popular browser Avant Browser.
Users of Google Chrome browser to automatically update pages can use a special ChromeReload extension that allows you to specify the update time. The same functions and has the extension Auto Refresh Plus.
Those who use browser Safari, you will have to install the extension Safari Tab Reloader that allows you to configure the required update frequency of the pages.
If you are watching the pages in the automatic update mode, don't forget to enable (if disabled) and configure the browser cache, it will allow pages to load much faster. From the network will be downloaded only new content, all the rest of the page the browser will take from the cache.
Advice 2: How to disable automatic update of Opera
Modern Opera is quite convenient to use and therefore very popular among users. If you have one of the latest versions of the app, and even English, you will be hard pressed to find a place in the browser settings where you can disable the automatic update.
You will need
- - administrator rights.
Open the Opera browser. In the address bar (where you type website address — for example, mail.ru type opera:config and press enter on the keyboard. You will be taken to the menu fine-tuning the application. This menu is mainly caused by manually since these settings are listed in the main pane of the browser.
Locate Auto Update (usually second order) and expand this position, for preference items were available. Parameter Auto Update State make equal to zero, if you do disable automatic updates. However, it should be noted that the automatic update was introduced to the program developers to real-time the user could always get the new version of the program. If you disable this feature, you may experience various display problems sites.
In paragraphs Add-ons Check Interval and Update Check Interval sets the interval after which the app will query the server and see if the new updates and additions. Unfortunately, the maximum size of the parameter in just 30 days, and you specify it in seconds. Set the value to 2 592 000 seconds in both paragraphs, which is equal to 30 days.
Save the changes by clicking the Save button at the bottom of this section. Opera confirms that all program changes are fully saved. It is also worth noting that this software will warn you that changing some settings requires restarting the application. Other options of this item and other configuration items are available in the using Mozilla the link http://www.opera.com/support/usingopera/operaini. You can call up the help page by clicking Help at the top of the page settings.