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Hmm lagi visit website opera lalu mencoba download Opera DragonFly, (wah. seperti nama suatu tempat.. wekeke.)…
besar file sekitar 10 Mb, selesai donwload.. langsung coba installl… si capung siap beraksi..

opera_10

Setelah install.. coba2x.. ternyata Opera Dragon Fly ini, semacam add-on untuk Opera browser, fungsinya kurang lebih untuk membantu develop website… yang seperti “Firebug”, extension yang terdapat di Mozilla Firefox…

opera_dragonfly

Selain Dragon Fly, Di Opera 10 ini juga disedikan widget -widget menarik yang tinggal di download…..

opera_wiget

opera_note

Nah selidik punya selidik , di Opera 10 , juga terdapat fasilitas voice command.. jadi kita bisa ngobrol ama browser .. (aneh gk sih ?!) .. but this might helpful.. buat yang males klak – klik – klak -klik….but until blog ini di post… extentsion ini masih di download.. hehehe…

opera_voice

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