Ian Paul is a freelance writer with over a decade of experiencing writing about tech. In addition to writing for How-To Geek, he regularly contributes to PCWorld as a critic, feature writer, reporter, deal hunter, and columnist. His work has also appeared online at The Washington Post, ABC News, MSNBC, Reuters, Macworld, Yahoo Tech, Tech.co, TechHive, The Huffington Post, and Lifewire. His articles are regularly syndicated across numerous IDG sites including CIO, Computerworld, InfoWorld, GameStar, Greenbot, Macworld UK, Tech Advisor, and TechConnect.
Ian has covered hundreds of tech news stories concerning the major events in technology from the early days of Facebook to major product releases, and developments from all the major technology companies including Amazon, Google, and Microsoft.
Throughout 2016, he was the resident Windows expert for About.com, which later became Lifewire.com. He wrote numerous tutorials for the site to help novice Windows users take full advantage of their PCs. He was also a how-to columnist for PCWorld for several years.
Ian holds a Master of Music from Indiana University. Prior to writing about the wonderful world of technology, he worked in public relations for the classical music industry.
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