About Us

OUR MISSION

To provide the most actionable information technology data and updates.

iTechtics is a technology blog focusing on Windows news, software and downloads, software tips and tricks, Web services, Security and Office productivity.

Who We are

We are a team of technologists and bloggers who strive to make technology more accessible to the people who are already using it.

Usman in Redhat

Usman Khurshid

Editor-in-Chief

Usman Khurshid is a seasoned IT professional. He has been working in the IT industry for the last 15 years. From making a simple network including physical cabling to consulting for SMEs about cloud computing, he has vast experience in the computing industry.

He is also certified in Microsoft Technologies (MCTS and MCSA) and also Cisco Certified Professional on Routing and Switching.

Recently, he got certified in SEO and professional Content Writing for journalism from Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS).

Maham Mukhtar

Maham Mukhtar

Technology Writer

Experienced Conversion Manager with a demonstrated history of working in the information technology and services industry. Skilled in Microsoft Word, Public Speaking, Management, Leadership, and Project Management. Strong program and project management professional with a Master of Philosophy – MPhil focused on Computer Science from the Institute of Mangement and Sciences.

Tauseef Khan

Tauseef Khan

Technology Writer

I make sure the content despite the technicalities is comprehensible to the target audience. My specialization lies in writing technology pieces for existing as well as emerging technologies. The technologies I have written for include ReactJS, DevOps, AngularJS, chatbots, AI, IoT, AR, VR.

What We do

We write about common technologies to make them more accessible to people. Our updates include tutorials, tips, and tricks, troubleshooting common issues, data backup and recovery, security, productivity software and lists, explanation of the technology basics, and some more advanced stuff for network/system administrators.

How We Do

We make use of the best content writing principles to make the subject of technology as interesting as possible, using text, visuals, and video content, whichever is easier for the users to understand and act upon.

We try to make our content as actionable as possible.

15 thoughts on “About Us”

  1. I don’t know. Your “About Us” doesn’t really divulge anything. Nothing verifiable. Anybody could have written it.
    –And you offer downloaded software. All I see is print, claims, that’s it. I wanted to download an offline app, but if its altered it would have systemic results for my computer.

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    • Hi Marla, thanks for your feedback. First of all, we do not have any high claims in our about page that’ll need a deep verification. If you want to verify anything, just ask us and we’ll always be here to help.

      Secondly, all our download links are taken directly from the publisher sites. We do not alter or add anything to the downloads. If the publisher adds anything, we are not responsible for that but usually we let the readers know about it in the articles.

      If you are still skeptical about what to download or whether it’ll harm you, we are always available for help, just leave us a message and we’ll verify from our end and let you know whether it’s safe specifically for you or not.

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      • Itechtics.com
        I’m in love with this site.
        Informative, precise and current.

        ….you will have to understand your needs before you can appreciate this great site.

        Thank you itechtics

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  2. I just downloaded my language pack for win7. It was DIRECT LINK from one of Microsoft websites I know – very usefull for me. Thank You again guys! :)

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  3. Hello,

    Hi my name is Tanya and I work in the field of online marketing. I came across your website itechtics.com and think it’s great.

    The reason for my email is with regards a promotion of one of my clients. He has great products which we feel would be very well received by people visiting your blog.

    It would be great if you could give me your price for writing a product review with a dofollow link. Do you accept this kind of advertising?

    Any answer would be appreciated. Thank you.

    I wish you an amazing day.

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  4. Hi iTechtics,
    I appreciate all of the effort it takes to research, assemble, and then try to impart your information for those who need help. Unfortunately every time I avail myself of something that is supposed to help I end up with an infected computer. I have become paranoid about downloading anything!
    However I am excited to see the tools you offer and one day I will have enough experience and computer savvy to know what it is you are recommending. Right now I can do simple things such as how to turn up the sound. That was easy and it worked well. So I thank you again for your zeal and effort to assist those of us who are in need not only of help but also need things dummied down.
    MSPS

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    • Hi Rafael,

      Thank you for your query. Yes the solution is legitimate. It uses Powershell commands to enable group policy in Windows 10 Home. Nothing is installed outside of Windows. To verify, just open the downloaded batch file in notepad and run each command individually in Powershell. You will get the same result.

      And let me assure you about the website that we only provide official download links and verified tips on this website. Some solutions may not work for some users but most of the solutions work and are verified by many users.

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  5. Just downloaded and ran the gpedit.msc enabler batch file, and it worked flawlessly. Like many others here I was more than a little paranoid about using a ‘Windows 10 Fix’ from a non-Microsoft source, as there is so much malware out there. In this case, however, I took your advice and inspected the batch file in a text editor before running it, and it was immediately obvious that all the batch file was doing was running a bunch of already-installed Microsoft install packages.

    Thanks for doing this!

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