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Using Windows Live Writer for Publishing Your blog

Using Windows Live Writer for Publishing Your blog

  Windows live writer is a life saver from the web version of the wordpress. The UI sucks big time in web and you need to wait by clicking here and there for different option. Offline blog writer is more efficient in providing the service instantaneously. You can save as draft and also you can work with multiple blogs, It remembers the password and you can directly post to any of your blog if you want.   Here’ in brief…

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Using OneNote for Organizing Your life.

Using OneNote for Organizing Your life.

  Microsoft OneNote is really very useful tool for organizing your thoughts and journaling your daily activities. It would help to club together all the information in a single point of reference. I’m Using OneNote for past 6 years and without it it would have been lot of text/doc files and different folders on my machine.   Getting started with OneNote. Step 1: Start One note and goto File->New Select Web because then you will be able to access from…

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Tracking your website by Google Analytics

Tracking your website by Google Analytics

  To track your website, i.e. the number of user visiting your site, You can put Google Analytics code into your wordpress header file. Step1 Goto google.com/analytics Step 2 Sign up for the free account, After that it will lead you the page where you will see the Tracking code. Step 3 Copy the tracking code and open your website by visiting yourwebsite.com/wp-admin Goto Appearance->Editor and select the header.php     Step 4 Find out </head> and insert the code…

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How to detect if somebody is connected to your wifi

How to detect if somebody is connected to your wifi

  If you had given your Wi-Fi password to somebody and later you forgot to change the password, It might be difficult to ask if they are still using it. So ideal way is to check somebody else is connected to the Wi-Fi router.   Here’s the way to find out.   1. Check your Wi-Fi routers page, Normally the ip address to connect to it will be given below the router or along the side. In my case it…

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