Back in 2011, a kid created a YouTube channel by the name of "WindowsLogic", this name was just random at the time as he had no idea what he wanted to use the channel for. A couple of months passed until he decided he wanted to use the channel for a game he had just bought called Minecraft.
In 2012 he created a clan called The Logicast, it was a team of people that were on a Minecraft server he played on for a long time. After this server got shut down due to costs of running the server, he set out to create a venture, this time it was for real. In late 2012, WindowsLogic Productions was born, marking a new era in software creation, support and services. It took us a good year and a half to set up but we were determined to provide people with easy-to-use lightweight applications, support, downloads and our knowledge.
Getting to this point had not really been a one man job, they got help from friends and some random people willing to lend a hand.
Six years later from starting out with just a YouTube channel, we've come a long way from just making rubbish videos on YouTube to developing software, providing services which are trying to be better than the competition and with members in our community willing to help us in any way possible. That's our story and it's only just begun!
We believe that users should have a right to privacy and to know what data we have, that's why everything we do has a user's privacy in mind. Any data you enter into our applications or services is never kept nor shared with third parties and never disclosed to anyone. That's the WindowsLogic Productions way and it's been the focus ever since we started. Furthermore, we also believe the Internet should be open and free for everyone without centralisation.
"Innovation is only one step away and we aim to get there!" - Our tagline from 2013 - 2018.
"Unique services, where your privacy is a part of everything we do." - Our tagline since 2018.
- We will never upload anything malicious to the site.
- All items we put in our downloads and product section are put there knowing they are safe for everyone.
- None of our applications use third-party advertisements.
- None of our applications take or store information.
- We will not use any of our applications to spy on the people that use them, our applications are incapable of doing such a task.
- We will not use any of our applications to record keystrokes, our applications are not designed to do such a task.
Our infrastructure lets us get the maximum speed out of the computers which need it. 256-bit AES encrypted archive hard disks make sure that we never lose a single bit of data and cannot be read on Linux distribution and macOS.