About Lee@TWC

The author, Lee Whittington, loves to use his learned talents to write software as a hobby. He also also enjoys playing with Photoshop and is a serious Windows, Software, Gadgets & a Tech news buff. Lee has studied Visual Basic, C++ and Networking.

Kinect: An open door with limitless possibilities!

With Kinect being available for the past two months there has been countless talks about the new device from Microsoft. What makes the unit so special to users like me isn’t the Xbox related functions but the daily discovered uses […]

Paramount adds Movie Apps to Windows Phone 7

Paramount Digital Entertainment, a division of Paramount Pictures, announced today the availability of a brand new “School of Rock” app in the Windows Phone Marketplace that lets smartphone owners watch the full movie plus menus, bonus features and experiences not […]

Download Alternative Windows 7 Logon Screens

Like to tweak your Windows 7 Computer? Get bored with the default Windows 7 Logon Screen? Check out these alternative Logon Screens that have been created by some talented artist from Deviantart. Alternative Windows 7 Logon Screens Snow Leopard by […]

Tips, Tricks & Tweaks for Internet Explorer

Here are some Internet Explorer Tips, Tricks, Tweaks and Registry fixes which work with Internet Explorer. These tips will help you customize your Internet Explorer. To keep the Menu Bar always visible Currently to view the Menu Bar, a user […]

Change your Windows 7 Start Button without touching Explorer.exe

I happened upon Windows 7 Start Orb Loader while browsing on Deviantart . TWC’s  freeware release Windows 7  Start Button Changer, backs-up and then replaces the Explorer.exe with a modified version using a chosen Start Orb set. This application applies the Start […]

Microsoft Security Essentials receives AV-Test Certificate with a smile!

The Anti-Virus Research and Data Security Organization AV-Test just finished up spending three months testing 19 security products in the areas of protection, repair and usability. On Monday, August 16th they released the test results, and Microsoft is pleased they have received […]

Microsoft Office 15 Leaked Screenshots – Fact or Fiction?

Yesterday the web was abuzz across every major website on the globe with leaked screen shots of the next version of Microsoft Office 2014 (v15), leaked from a Russian website. My first reaction was, nah, someone was really really bored […]

System Restore Manager for Windows released

System Restore Manager is a freeware portable utility which allows you to completely manage your Windows system restore points and customize its options. UPDATE 18.02.2011: System Restore Manager v2.0 has been released. Change log here. System Restore Manager Using System […]

New security flaw could compromise older Windows Operating Systems

Microsoft was made aware Monday of a security flaw in older versions of Windows that could, if exploited, allow hackers to run malicious code on unsuspecting computers. The vulnerability is caused ‘due to a boundary error in the “UpdateFrameTitleForDocument()” function […]