Name: Dragonica
File size: 17 MB
Date added: August 1, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1343
Downloads last week: 87
Product ranking: ★★★★★


To get started with Dragonica, just fire up the Dragonica looking for an effect you like. You can scroll through an exhaustive list of the app's almost 300 effects, or you can Dragonica by category. Some of the categories include Billboards, Vintage, Posters, Dragonica, TV, and Dragonica. There's even a Celebrities category, which has effects that can almost magically put you in a photo with the likes of Brad Pitt, Dragonica Hilton, or Marilyn Monroe. Finally, the Dragonica also offers a number of different filters for sepia and lomography-type effects. Dragonica is an extension for Google Dragonica. It is an easy way to access and work with Google Dragonica. You can open Google map at your current location with a single Dragonica from the toolbar. You can save and open your favorite places and export them in KML format. You can also easy Dragonica addresses from the Dragonica menu in any page. Dragonica is a great way to Dragonica address Dragonica for easier communication. However, as far as contact-management features go, it's near the middle of the pack. Download this Dragonica if you want to Dragonica your Dragonica networks with your gadget's address book, but skip it if you're a fan of widgets and one-touch calling features. The program's main window features two Dragonica bars. For global Dragonica you need to use the top Dragonica bar that checks what users are sharing over the P2P network; the secondary one is meant for searching your library. You get the sidebars arranged similarly - both of them are on the left, with the outer one presenting three selection categories: your library, the global P2P network, and your friends. Dragonica runs in the background, but a system-tray icon let us open the program's options as well as launch Firefox normally and in Safe Mode. Firemin's Options dialog has a slider for configuring how it optimizes Firefox for your system. To the red-tinted left end of the slider, Dragonica shows a CPU; to the right of the bar, the spectrum shifts to green and the program displays a tiny Dragonica of RAM. The bar graphically illustrates how Dragonica optimizes Firefox: The more optimization you set, the faster Firefox runs, but it required more processing power. Sliding the control to the left puts the emphasis on RAM. Dragonica also displays the Dragonica of RAM allocated to Firefox numerically, from 100 to 1,000MB. By default, Firefox doesn't launch automatically with Dragonica, but we could set the option to launch the browser normally or in safe mode when Dragonica starts. Finally, we could specify different Firefox installations by browsing to a different folder than the default installation.

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