Author Archives: Thomas

Try Microsoft Office 2013 Preview

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Just like with Windows 8 the Microsoft Office Team has released a free Preview of the coming Office 2013. This gives us all a change to see what Microsoft is up to when it comes to the next generation of Office. I have installed Office 2013 on my Windows 8 Preview and tested out some of the stuff that I care about. Be aware that Office 2013 will not run on Windows XP and Windows Vista.

How to Create a Custom 404 Error Page in WordPress

Oops-404 errorA little while ago I posted a blog post about Creative 404 Error Pages I had come across online, here on Techwork. I got a couple of questions about How to Create a Custom 404 Error Page in WordPress and how I have made my own a little bit more interesting. In this post I will show you how you can get started customizing your own 404 error page. I will also show you some of the tips I have used in my own customized 404 error page. The creative part is something you will have to figure out for yourself, it is not my strong side 🙂

Review of Samsung UE40ES6715 40 inch LED TV

It is time for a review of my new Samsung UE40ES6715 40 Inch LED TV. I have always been a big fan of Samsung TV’s and of cause my first ever LED TV should also be from Samsung. After doing some research online I ended up with a 40 inch Samsung UE40ES6715 (Nordic model). It might look like a silver TV on the picture above, but in fact it is a white TV and so are the remote.

My Google Analytics Stats Report for Q2 2012

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Another quarter has pasted and it is time for another Google Analytics Report of mine. In case you Penguin Attack missed my last report you can find it here. For the first time since I started this blog I have really seen some serious drop in traffic. The trouble started back in April when I as many other bloggers around the world was hit by the Google Penguin update. I am not sure why Google fell like punishing my blog, but they sure did. However my PageRank at Google are still PR3 for this Blog.

Wi-Fi Analyzer Tool for Android Smartphones

Wireless NetworkIf you own a Laptop or a Smartphone you are properly connecting to wireless networks all the time. Wireless networks are great if they are configured correct because it gives you fast and reliably Internet access without using any cables. The problem occurs if you’re Wireless Router or Access Point is not properly configured. It might give you a lot of connection and speed issues that can be very frustrating. There can multiple issues why your wireless network is not working properly and it can sometimes be difficult to fix if you are not a specialist in this area. However this little App that I am going to introduce to you might make it a lot easier to fix the issue. The App is called Wi-Fi Analyzer and is only available for Android Smartphones.