Founded in 2016, Techcult has grown into one of the largest online technology magazines on the web. Our goal is to explain everything related to tech in simple, approachable terms. Not a tech expert yet? Every Techcult article will bring you one step closer.
We’re the people you turn to when your phone or computer isn’t working, or you need to learn something new related to technology. We explain it all in simple terms that anyone can understand. We use an extensive amount of screenshots in all of our guides & how-tos so that you can easily follow the technical processes.
Techcult has been recommended as an expert resource by newspapers like The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and Washington Post. Organizations like TechTudo and Bustle have directed their readers to us for our helpful tutorials. Technology outlets like Makeuseof, GSMArena, MetaFilter, and Dev have linked to our guides.
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About The Founder
Hi, I am Aditya. I am a Windows Technical expert, and being a passionate Windows Blogger, I love to troubleshoot system issues and help others. If you wish to contact me, you can do so at firstname.lastname@example.org
I love to help people with their technical problems which is why I started Techcult.com so that I can help a lot more people. The journey so far has been very promising, and I hope to continue the good work.
I love our readers and welcome your feedback and suggestions. Use our Contact Us page to tell us what we’re doing right or what we can improve on. Also, use the contact form if you want us to cover any particular topic.
If you want, you can connect with me on LinkedIn.