What this blog is about?
Simply said, this blog is about making your life easier.
In this blog, you will learn tons of computer tips and tricks that will change you to a computer geek (even without you knowing it). Topics covered here include troubleshooting your computer, optimizing operating system performance (be it Windows, Mac or Linux), simplifying tasks, software review and plenty of cool stuff. If you think that computer technology is only for geeks, then we aspire to change your thinking.
Who’s the geek behind this awesome blog?
I’m Damien Oh, the chief-geek of MakeTechEasier. I am staying in Singapore, a small but great country with plenty of computer geeks around. I have been in the computer industry for the past 10 years and I have great passion in building, modifying, experimenting and gaming with computer.
Trevor is a freelance writer covering topics ranging from the Android OS to free web and desktop applications. When he is not writing about mobile productivity, He is coaching and playing the world's greatest game... Soccer.
Miguel is an eccentric techie who loves to open up any subject to do with computers in the appropriate conversation. With more than a decade of experience, Miguel still doesn't grow tired of computers and their components. Think of a subject, and he'll have the know-how on it, even when you're talking about whether to declare a "char" pointer or "string" in C++. He now runs his own blog called The Tech Guy where he just blurts about computers in his own free time.
Charnita has been a Freelance Writer & Professional Blogger since 2008. As an early adopter she loves trying out new apps and services. As a Windows, Mac, Linux and iOS user, she has a great love for bleeding edge technology. You can connect with her on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and LinkedIn.
Bertel King, Jr.
Bertel is a tech blogger and independent novelist who puts perhaps a tad too much trust in Google. He’s loved Android since the moment he got his eager hands on his first device -- if not sooner -- and has understood the Chromebook Pixel from day one.You can follow his work at bertelking.com.
Melissa Popp has been a freelance writer for over eight years. While she primarily writes about technology and the Internet, she's also written about everything from real estate to health care to custom mailboxes. She loves sharing what she knows about technology with those who may be scared of it or reluctant to make it part of life.Melissa is the Content Director for TrailerBroker.com, the nation's leading marketplace for trailers for sale, the Social Media Manager for the best roofing Denver company as well as a Writer here at MakeTechEasier. If you're in the Denver area, check out Denver SEO, too.
Alan is an avid fan of all things technology, including Microsoft, Android, Google, and more. When not writing about or using gadgets and software, he can be found on the trails hiking or mountain biking. More of his work can be read at Making Windows Easy.
Mark Wilson is a software fiend and a fan of the new, shiny and intriguing. Never afraid to get his hands dirty with some full-scale geekery, he’s always trying out the latest apps, hacks and tweaks. He can be found on Google+, Facebook and Twitter.
Gary has been a technical writer, author and blogger since 2003. He is an expert in open source systems (including Linux), system administration, system security and networking protocols. He also knows several programming languages, as he was previously a software engineer for 10 years. He has a Bachelor of Science in business information systems from a UK University.
Mayank Sharma has been writing on Linux for over a decade and is a regular contributor to Linux Format magazine.
Shujaa Imran is an avid COD player, and an avid Apple fan. He contributes how-to guides about Macs for MTE.
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