Week­ly Roundup: iSendr, WiFi Stum­bler, Oxelon Media Con­vert­er And More

Himanshu Yadav

Here comes the round-up of last week at Guiding Tech. We covered some nice apps, tools, how-tos and two great list posts. Check them out:

iSendr: Online Peer To Peer File Sharing Tool

There are several online file hosting and sharing sites available, but they have their own pros and cons. Now share the file in unique, secure and faster way. Establish a peer to peer network between two computers and share your file. No need to upload data on any website.

WiFi Stumbler: Web Based WiFi Hotspot Locator

Struggling with the Wifi problem. It happens most of the time due to other available Wifi networks across you. WiFi Stumbler is a web app that catches all the Wifi signals near you and give important information like channel, SSID, MAC address, signal strength, manufacturer etc.

5 Nice Online Tools To Create Charts and Graphs

Nice list of 5 free online tools to create chart and graphs easily. They are feature rich and comes with lots of options. Check them out.

Oxelon Media Converter: Multi-functional Audio Video Converter For Windows

One of the most promising tool in the list. Easily convert any audio or video file in other files.Having nice interface and lots of plugin support. You can even change the technical aspects of files such as bitrate, channels, sampling rate, codec etc.

How to Prevent Users From Deleting Cookies & Browser History in Internet Explorer

Disable the “Delete browser history” option by bringing some change in Windows Group policy editor. It can help you to save your important browser history data so that you can access it anytime.

10 Excellent Chrome Add-ons For Productive Web Browsing

Suffering with procrastination? Here is the huge list of Google Chrome addons which can helpful in productive web browsing. Check them out.

How To Upload Photos To Flickr From Picasa

Step by step guide to help you to add “Send to Flickr” button in Picasa interface which can help you export picture from Picasa to Flickr easily along with their title and tags.

How To Synchronize Windows Clock With Internet Time Server

If you are connected to internet then your computer’s clock automatically syncs with Windows server. But if it fails to synchronize due to any reason, then you can choose other time servers located across different parts of the world with the help of this tutorial.

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