Just like yourself, we are tired of encountering sites which publish bad tutorials that ruin your computer instead of fixing it. We are also tired of editors who write tutorials in a rush and miss some important steps, site owners who shamelessly rip-off other sites, or those who don't thoroughly test their solutions and don't answer all your questions.
Our team has one simple mission: provide complete tutorials for Windows users. We cover Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows Phone and some of the older versions of Windows. We want to offer quality, not quantity. You might see our site updating less often than others but that's because we will do our best to offer quality articles.
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Ciprian Adrian Rusen - I am the owner and chief editor of the site, based in Bucharest, Romania. Computers and technology are my passion since high school. If you want to know more about me and my professional experience, you can view my profile on LinkedIn or visit my blog - Corporate Geek.
Marte Brengle - I've been using computers since I first fed punch cards into a mainframe in 1969. Windows 7 is the tenth different operating system I've learned over the years, and I've become a regular reader of 7 Tutorials so I can figure it out, too! I've done tech support for Toshiba, fixed computers in a big box store and written about Commodore computers and PCs. It's a good thing I really like learning something new every day.
Robert Kingsley - Robert Kingsley is a full time freelance tech writer with a degree in Computer Networking Systems. His experience as an IT Support Engineer gives him a strong background in the use, support and administration of all varieties of Windows operating systems.
Andrada Coos - Andrada is an editor for 7 Tutorials. She was educated in Romania, the UK and Japan in the fields of journalism and publishing, knows a score of languages and writes both fiction and nonfiction. She is passionate about art, design, computers and books.
Codrut Neagu - Codrut has studies in IT, telecom and law. Interesting mix isn't it? He's passionate about technology and he is fluent in utilizing and administering several operating systems, including Windows and Linux. He also does web development, creating websites large and small for companies all over the world.
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