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    Hehehehe ... Siap Om Black Zero

    ...btw, perlu ga ya bikin Lounge buat Forum IT ini?

    ...btw lagi, gw off dulu, Laptop disabotase bini nih mau maen Game House katanya HIKS HIKS
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    Quote Originally Posted by xpanz View Post
    chrome rada gede jg bro memory leak nya...haduh...tapi ringan sih..buka nya lebih cepet dari mozzila...
    Gw sih personal tetep recommend firefox.

    klo mau yang lain coba opera. ^^a

    Hehehehe ... Siap Om Black Zero

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    gw becanda kale... lo panggil gw apa aja ga masalah

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    Pencil
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    The Pencil extension for Firefox adds a full-featured sketching and prototyping tool that lets you design web pages and make diagrams right inside Firefox. Once you install Pencil, from the Tools menu choose "Pencil Sketching" to launch the Pencil editor. There you can literally design software, web pages, or just sketch out diagrams using the menu of prefab shapes and widgets Pencil provides. Drag and drop annotation tools, shapes, lines, text boxes, labels, buttons and more onto the Pencil canvas and save your work as a Pencil document in its tabbed editor.
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    Tagmarks
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    Firefox 3 comes with the blue star icon at the end of the address bar for quick, one-click bookmarking. The Tagmarks extension takes this concept further with more one-click icons that bookmark and assign frequently-used tags to the current URL. Here's more on how Tagmarks works.
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    HandyTag
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    Just can't think of the right tag to describe a new bookmark? Want to get into the habit of tagging your bookmarks but feel kind of lazy about the whole thing? HandyTag suggests applicable tags for a given bookmark, pulled from various sources. With HandyTag installed, when you bookmark a URL, HandyTag adds buttons below the Tags field that present checkboxes for tags that applyfrom your current list of tags ("Perso"), the web page's author ("Webmaster"), KGen, and Delicious. Click on any button to see that source's suggested tags for the page, and check off the ones you want to add to your bookmarks.
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    Webchunks
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    Bookmark and watch pieces of web pages with this Firefox implementation of Internet Explorer 8's WebSlices feature.
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    Badges on Favicon
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    Adds iPhone-like informational badges to web pages indicating new unread items, like on Gmail or iGoogle, as pictured.
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    Devo
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    A Quicksilver/Launchy-like command launcher for Firefox, Devo adds a keyboard shortcut that invokes a launcher panel. Type your keywordlike "google" to launch searches, and access your favorite webapps. Here's a full list of Devo commands, which includes dictionary look-ups, Twitter posting, Flickr and Wikipedia searches, and more. You can add your own actions, toolike searching Lifehacker's archives or opening up a Gmail Quick link. The only thing I don't like about Devo is its default key combinationShift+Xwhich gets in the way when you're trying to type an uppercase X.
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    Bookmark Previews
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    Get a Cover Flow-like or thumbnail view of your bookmarks with Bookmark Previews, an add-on that grabs screenshots of your favorite web pages and makes them easier to identify. Bookmark previews can even update the screenshot thumbnail it keeps every time you visit a web site, so they're always up to date regardless of redesigns. Check out our full Bookmarks Preview extension review.
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    RedShift V3 2.95
    THEMES










    The next generation Firefox theme is here.
    RedShift V3 pushes Firefox to it's limits. Fully skinned and fully functional, RedShift V3 gives you the aesthetic pleasure you want with an advanced program.

    All elements remain true to the "Shift" vision. A true dark theme that never compromises function.

    Shift into a new gear with RedShift V3

    Official Myspace at http://www.myspace.com/shiftthemes
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    • Firefox: 3.0b1 3.0.*


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kurt.D.Cobain View Post
    Nah untuk Memory Leak bisa pake ini Boss Blek








    DOWNLOAD:

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    http://rapidshare.com/files/136381924/firefox_optimizer.rar
    chui ini pilih yang mana yah..bingung...

    firetune bwt apa sih??hore ud 200san memory leaknya...fiuh...~

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    setting default aja ... seadanya disitu juga gpp bro
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    oke pak..!yes ud kecil nih memorynya...btw themesnya ada lg ga kurt??hmm...

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    di sini boleh diskusi juga kan??

    kalo kata gwa mozila adalah browser terbaik yang pernah gwa coba
    dulu pake ie banyak masalah,trus pake opera komp gwa kesusupan virus
    ehh abis itu pake mozilla ,no problem sampe sekarang mantep dah

    tapi gwa blom nyoba chrome jadi blom isa ngebandingin


    Quote Originally Posted by Alexander Suvorov
    "Win with ability, not with numbers"

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    How to speed up Firefox
    by enabling HTTP Pipelining

    HTTP Pipelining is a user configable peference within Firefox that you can change to increase the speed that pages load. Pipelining is only supported in HTTP/1.1, not in 1.0. although a lot of people think that enabling Pipelining will put a strain on servers, this is wrong because HTTP pipelining allows fewer TCP packets to be sent over the network, therefor reducing network load. Does not increase speed when on secure web pages e.g HTTPS. if you wish to read more on HTTP Pipelining before you tackle this tutorial then here are two links for you to follow.



    Step One

    OK, lets start by opening up Firefox
    Double Click the 'Firefox Icon' on the desktop
    or
    Hold down the 'windows key' and Press 'R' then type in Firefox and Press 'Enter'.




    Step Two

    Now type about:config into the address bar and Press 'Enter'.





    Step Three

    Use the Filter bar to look for network.http.pipelining as seen in the image below.




    Step Four

    Double click on 'Network.http.pipelining' to change value to 'True'.




    Step Five

    Now Double Click on the preference below, which is 'network.http.pipelining.maxrequests' You will be displayed with a dialog box with the value of 4, change the value to 8 Click 'OK'



    Step Six

    Just to confirm, both your values should be the same as you see in the image below.




    Step Seven

    Use the filter bar again to find 'network.http.proxy.pipelining'



    Step Eight

    Once again Double Click 'network.http.proxy.pipelining' to change the value to true.




    Step Nine

    Restart Firefox...!!!


    Done!
    Now Your FireFox Should Run Faster
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