After the stupendous success of Ultimate Windows Tweaker, The Windows Club – a popular Windows portal run by Windows Desktop Experience MVP, Anand Khanse from Pune, India - keeps releasing small, but useful utility applications for Windows.
Windows Access Panel
Access Panel for Windows 7 and Windows Vista is a freeware portable application. While you can use Control Panel to change settings which control nearly everything about how Windows looks and works, in some cases to access these very controls , or the in-built Windows programs, requires you to engage in multiple clicks or know their names.
That's where this small utility can help you. Windows Access Panel is meant to minimize your trouble in accessing such programs.
Prevent is a freeware app which runs on all versions of Windows. If you do not want anyone deleting or renaming, or in general, messing around with your data, then Prevent might help you.
Fix IE Utility v1.0
Fix IE Utility is another freeware portable utility that re-registers all the concerned .dll and .ocx files required for the smooth operation of Internet Explorer.
The utility is useful if you face any problems while running IE, maybe after recovering from a malware attack. Fix IE Utility has been tested on IE 7 and IE 8, on Windows Vista as well as Windows 7.
TWC recently also released Fix MSE Utility v 1.0. This freeware portable utility will restore all registry values and service settings of Microsoft Security Essentials to known good defaults.
I am a memebr of TWC and its really a wonderfull site and so are the softs released by them. I am also feeling great that my apps are being published at Technet. thanks for this.
All three utilities are very useful for a Windows user. Keep up the good work friends.
Woah.. Looks a phenomenal tool. Thanks TWC for this sooooper cool Toool.
Does Windows Access Panel work on 64-bit? I've been trying to fire it up and it always crashes. What do I need to do to make it work?
WAP for x64 will be released shortly.This one is for 36-bit only.
WAP 64 bit released http://beingpc.com/2009/11/windows-access-panel-for-windows-7-vista/