Desktop blog editors are a boon those who having a slow internet connection.Using Desktop blog editors you can write blogs.perform spell checking and complete all your blog preparing work offline and you can publish using single click of button.Some of the most used desktop editors were the Performancing for Firefox editor,w.bloggar and Ecto. Also, many bloggers using BlogJet.which is a shareware version.Not all of these editors are free, not all are cross-platform and not all are WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get).
Scribefire is a free Firefox extension which allows you to draft and publish posts. It has support for del.icio.us, Technorati, pingbacks/trackbacks and FTP. Scribefire is convenient due to the fact that it runs inside Firefox.
w.bloggar is a freeware desktop blog editor for Windows. w.bloggar isn’t a WYSIWYG editor, meaning you have to write the HTML (or use the buttons to do it for you), instead of writing a post in a way you would write a Word document. Interestingly, w.bloggar lets you either choose to preview through a Mozilla-based preivew, or an Internet Explorer based one. w.bloggar supports trackbacks, pingbacks, FTP and most blogging platforms. Also, it colour codes the HTML.
Publish to most major blog services including Windows Live Spaces, SharePoint, WordPress, Blogger and many others. Insert photos and videos, maps, tags and lots of other cool content, all in a snap. Powerful editing features include tables, spell checker, and quick hyperlinks.Writer shows you what your blog entry will look like before you post it, using your blog’s templates and formatting.Compose your entries offline.
Ecto is a shareware desktop blog editor, costing $17.95, for Windows and Mac.
BlogJet is another piece of shareware, for Windows, costing $39.95. BlogJet is WYSIWYG, and integrates with flickr, web browsers, and various media players. Also, BlogJet allows you to add audio attachments to posts and transmission over OpenSSL.
FREEWARE,WYSIWYG (what-you-see-is-what-you-get) editor with complete hot-keys support,Built-in “Live” spellchecking,”Portable Mode” support,Images are uploaded automatically Flickr,file area of your blog, imageshack.us, picturelli.com,etc.
There are other blog editors like Qumana, Zoundry and Flock’s built-in blog editor etc. Also, the next version of Microsoft Word allows posting to blogs. Microsoft Word 2007 Beta 2 is that if you have a WordPress blog and use Word’s blogging feature, it will screw up the post time. I don’t know how well the feature works with other systems though.
RocketpostWorks with popular blog servers as well as plain FTP space.Fully multithreaded design lets you edit multiple posts and publish to multiple blogs at the same time, so it never slows you down.WYSIWYG editor: Works just like Microsoft Word®
Picture editing: Crop, resize and align pictures, take screenshots, tint, rotate, fix brightness, contrast and sharpness
Spellcheck: Marks misspelled words with a dotted red underline while you type
Multi-word AutoCorrect: Fixes typos and spelling mistakes and expands your own abbreviations as you type; even works for phrases
SEMagic for Livejournal, which is free, has WYSIWYG and html editing, and supports a number of high-end features.
Blogdesk -BlogDesk doesn’t support posting to blogger/blogspot.