How to recover Opera Wand passwords

Opera was a great browser, but I decided to let go of it a few months ago. The only problem was that I was using Opera for a very long time, and I was depending on its wand feature to store all my passwords, now I’m stuck because I don’t remember many of those passwords, and some of them are tricky to reset (PayPal for example), so I came up with a method to reveal or uncover the wand passwords into clear text.

First you’ll have to use Opera and open the website with the stored wand password, for example Then click the wand shortcut (ctrl + enter) or click the log-in button (key symbol)

opera password recovery wand

Quickly, stop the page loading after the wand username and password are added in the page.

Now the password is loaded on the page as dots ….. , the next step will be to reveal them as text.

right click the password field and select “Inspect elements”

On the developer console that appeared on the bottom of the page find the line below (it should be already selected if you right clicked the password field when you selected inspect element)

opera wand reveal the password In that line change the following ( type=”password” ) to (type=”text” )

Now for the ahhhh moment, your password should now be visible in clear text in the password field, read it, remember it, and just walk away.

opera password uncovered

Copy Outlook accounts and emails without redownloading

Copying Outlook accounts and emails is a rather tricky task. You can easily copy the PST file and import it in the new computer, but that will not copy your account setting, worse, The new outlook will not be able to tell if the emails you copied are the same as those still on the server (if you’re keeping a copy on the server that is) and you’ll end up downloading all you inbox emails again, creating duplicated emails (the copied and the downloaded ones).

I assume that the new outlook is fresh and doesn’t contain any data, if you follow this guide, the emails and accounts of the new outlook will be overwritten.

To transfer all your email (sent & inbox) to a new computer do the Following

1. On the old computer, find your PST files, you can do so by navigating to account settings and then data files

outlook email copy

2. Copy the PST files to a removable storage for transfer to the new computer.

3. Hit WinKey + R and type regedit to start the registry editor. navigate to : HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Windows Messaging Subsystem\Profiles\Outlook . right click outlook and select export. save the registry to the removable drive.

4. Now go to the new computer. paste the PST files to the same folder you found them in (in outlook 2010 it is in documents\outlook files)

5. Now start regedit as before, and navigate to the same key. export it to a safe location in case you need to rollback. then delete they key.

6. double click the registry you imported from the old machine and install it.

Now start outlook, if there’s a message asking for the location of the datafiles, it means that you didn’t copy them to the same location, just browse to the copied files and click open.

7. You should now be able to see your old emails (inbox, sent, junk, etc) and find your old accounts in the account settings page.

8. If you’re unable to send \ receive because of  the following error outlook unable to open data files. there’s a little trick that I did to bypass it.

A. Open account settings and click you email address.

B. on the bottom of the screen click change folder. then create a new data file (dont use the imported PSTs)

C. save everything, then send receive. as soon as it start downloading cancel the process.

D. repeat the  process and change the folder to the imported PST’s inbox folder.

E. Send receive again, it will work! DON’T ASK ME WHY, it just does.


Hope this will work for ya.