Recently Google launched a new feature where you can save any web page as PNG image, and then store them automatically on Google Drive.
It’s extremely simple to use: You install the extension, and a new button will show up in your Chrome toolbar. Click it while visiting a webpage, and it will be saved in Google’s cloud — to find your saved web page, go to https://www.google.com/drive/
The only thing is that you might get a little confuse because it automatically saved to your root of the Google Drive directory, so it will might mixed up with your document and photos and pretty difficult to search for them later.
But the extension will make it easy for you to save now and then view them later.
What are the obstacles now?
- Windows command prompt ping only can ping port 80
- Different command line between Windows and Linux. No cross-platform.
- Bad UI designs.
What is Paping?
Paping (pronounced pah ping) is a computer network administration utility used to test the reachability of a host on an Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) network and to measure the time it takes to connect to a specified port. The name is a play on the word ping, another computer network administration utility.
Why use Paping?
- Support cross-platform.
- Can test and ping certain port of a particular IP address
Putting Paping as part of the environment path
You can extract the Paping and keep it in program files, and then set the environment path so that you can use the paping command straight away from any path of the command prompt.
After that, you can straight away type “paping [IP address] -p [port number]”
Where to download?