Welcome to ConsumingTech—a tech site focussing on how-to guides, news and reviews for all the key computer software brands, including Windows, Android, Linux, Mac OS X, and iOS.
Founded in the year 2011 by a tech enthusiast, ConsumingTech has gradually grown into a reliable source of information for a variety of topics, and regularly gets visits from people in over a hundred countries around the world. We have been used as a source of information by some of the leading technology blogs and sites on the Web including XDA-Developers, AnandTech, Android Pit, OnePlus, Android Central, Android Guys, CyanogenMod, Microsoft Corp, and many more.
ConsumingTech enjoys helping people learn how to use their mobile devices, teaching them helpful tips with computing, providing free downloads for mobile and desktop operating systems, and covering the main news and reviews for each brand that routinely makes a name for themselves in the tech industry.
With hundreds of thousands of people using our website every month, putting their trust in the information coming from our pages, you can use our content with confidence in knowing that you are getting accurate information. If you notice any incorrect information, we urge you to get in touch with us from our contact page so we can fix it.
The ConsumingTech Writing Team
Mathew Diekhake: Mathew Diekhake is a Microsoft Systems Administrator from Australia and also the Founder and Editor of ConsumingTech.com. He is a Windows and Android die hard but has spent countless hours learning about a variety of computer software, both formally and informally. Mathew has obtained many Microsoft certificates and is a qualified Systems and Server Administrator. Mathew has over 25 years of experience using Apple and Windows computers, starting with a Mac desktop computer in his primary school hallway where he always took advantage of 8-bit computer programs every chance the teacher let him. Once computers became a bit more mainstream, he started using Windows in the family home. Mathew has been writing about computers since 2011, and his work has received mentions from many popular tech publications. Notable examples include computer hardware magazines such as AnAndTech.com, and the world’s largest Android website, AndroidPit.com.
Mahesh Makvana: Mahesh is a technology enthusiast who loves everything about tech, be it Apple, Google, Android, iOS or any other cool gadget. He enjoys covering tips and tricks for consumer software such as Android, Mac, and iOS. He spends most of his time thinking about new helpful tips in front of his Mac but also knows mobile operating systems very well. Mahesh has been writing online for nearly a decade and has written for some of the most renowned tech websites in the world, including Make Tech Easier and TheUnlockr. Mahesh was once one of the premier Android rooting guide writers on the Web for TheUnlockr before covering Mac for MakeTechEasier. Here at ConsumingTech, he has covered rooting and other Android tutorials, as well as many Mac tutorials.
Arpit Kharbanda: Arpit is a 19-year-old technophile. He loves coding around in Python and Java. Arpit is a sapiosexual and always loves tweaking around with gadgets. He can be found either bugging out a code or writing blog posts. Arpit loves everything that comes under the realm of technology. He is extremely obsessed with all the geeky things around. So beware, he might kill you with his encyclopedic knowledge.
Amit Rahi: Amit is an engineer from India. He has also written online for several technology-based publications. Amit enjoys software development and has even created his own custom ROM.
Daniel Boaitey: Daniel is a writer from Atlanta, Georgia, in the United States. He enjoys reading as many technology-related publications as he can find. Daniel is an Android expert.
Readers Like You: We often get tips directly to our email on for topic suggestions, and we greatly appreciate them! If you have a tip you think we might be interested in, you can reach out to me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or send a message directly to our inbox on social media.
We wanted a name that was two words in total, where one of the words was “tech,” and the phrase made grammatical sense in the English language. Enter Consuming Tech: the two-word phrase that we thought made the most sense because we wanted to create a website that had heaps of tech-related content. ConsumingTech is designed to be an open-ended name that allows us to evolve along with technology and always cover whatever it is that comes our way in the future. Just because Windows is called Windows today doesn’t mean that Bill Gates won’t change his mind tomorrow, and in fact, some technology experts are predicting as much. It’s also a name that allows us to put all content from previous domains onto the one.
Even though we haven’t got any one brand name in our domain doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take us seriously. We know tech almost as well as anybody.
ConsumingTech also ran the following domains in the past before all of the work became available on this site:
- We have thousands of articles covering Windows tutorials.
- We have hundreds of articles covering Mac tutorials.
- Fuschia is a new operating system by Google. Tutorials coming soon.
- We have thousands of articles covering web browser tutorials.
- We have hundreds of articles covering Google Chrome tutorials.
- We have hundreds of articles covering Mozilla Firefox tutorials
- We have thousands of articles covering anti-malware tutorials.
ConsumingTech.com still owns all those premium domain names and more computer software-related domains names, too.
Terms of Service
This website is maintained for giving people information for educational purposes. While it is true that each author writing for ConsumingTech has a long history in writing on tech, none of our work comes with a warranty or guarantee that it works for you when you visit. We do our best to create content and lay it out in a manner that gives people the highest level of assurance that things work; however, as with all things in tech, sometimes things can go wrong, and if they do, it falls back on you for choosing to do what you wanted to do.
We feel our website gives a great user experience from mobile devices, desktops, and most laptops. If you’re using a laptop that is manufactured not to show us optimally, you can zoom in and out from your web browser’s settings.
Due to the nature of much of the content on our site (tutorials in particular), we have created a full list of terms and conditions that you can read up on if you like. Read more: Terms of Service
We are interested in your tips, tricks, and informative information to help us create more content that helps serve the world. If you have any information that you think we might find valuable, send it to our contact page, and we will gladly take a look. We are always interested in topics for Linux, Windows, MacOS, iOS, Android and tech in general.
Contributing to Team ConsumingTech
If you’re a good writer and could help the team, you can send in your résumé using the contact page also. We always enjoy hearing from people who are passionate about joining our team.