Popular Editing Tools for Windows,Weblog,offline editing tools

Blogging is coomplex when we are in web based interface and posting is not that easy with web suits even if its powered with ajax like enhancements

here I am detailing some of the popular blogging clients for WordPress,typepad,blogger, and many all thes are proved its capabilities as desktop suits, and I am detailing here in an order of stability as per my experience

1.Windows Live writer

this is detailed in one of the earlier post in depth see( http://www.meabi.com/blog-from-your-desktop-easily-with-windows-live-writer/) this is the official weblog client for windows where features are plenty while comparing to other available suits

some of the unique features I noted are 1. image copy from clipboard. ie. we can copy image from any image editor and just paste on the editor window to place it, its pretty easy placing images in an alligned manner

next is its image allignment/text allign ment

windows live writer

and water mark feature also is fantastic, see image above

and lots of exciting features, have a look to windows Live writer

2.blog desk ( detailed here http://www.meabi.com/post-to-ur-blogs-from-windows-desktop/)


is a very lightweight tool with friendly interface where WYSIWYG editing is possible, here options built in are tag insertion,automatic photo upload etc

Download link :http://files.brothersoft.com/internet/miscellaneous/post2blog.zip


Another tiny tool wit good interface, commonnly treated as a template editor cum offline editing suit

download : http://wbloggar.com/files/v403/wb403.exe

5.WB Editor

it’s the same type of tool with plugin support , equipped with online and offline modes with preview enabled

Tabbed browser interface
Browse web pages
Blog the web pages (Blog This)
View and manage comments
Manage categories and themes
Automatic download updated version



Another cute tool, with online/offline support

QTM is a blogging client which is presently capable of composing, formatting and submitting blog entries to a weblog. QTM will work with blogs based on most of the major blogging systems available today: WordPress (including wordpress.com), Movable Type, Drupal and so on.

QTM, as the name implies, is based on the Qt graphical user interface toolkit. It requires at least version 4.1 of the toolkit (not version 3.3 which is used in the version of KDE delivered with most current Linux distributions). The toolkit, and thus QTM itself, is available for Windows and all Unix-based operating systems including Mac OS X; in fact, it is supplied with most GNU/Linux distributions including SUSE, Fedora, Mandriva, Ubuntu and Debian. The downloadable version of QTM for the Mac includes the latest version of Qt.


abhilash, is a programmer by profession and a technology addict with a passion towards browsing , shopping and imaging . My views may be biased on reviews. all images and videos are copyrighted to respective owners.

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