About Windows Mag

Welcome to Windows Magazine! We’re a new and exciting website, where we share the latest news and articles on all things related to Microsoft and its products. Our main purpose is to make informed choices for our readers on what they should use when building their next PC or upgrading their old one. We also like to delve into other technologies such as Linux, Android and iOS to see what they can bring to the table. Our team consists of 3 members: James (Administrator), Scott (Reviewer) and Joe (Reviewer).

When we aren’t busy scouring through millions of lines of code for hidden gems in PC hardware, we enjoy trying out the latest software that the technology world has to offer us. If you have a product or software that you’d like us to review, please let us know! With our 3 different backgrounds of expertise (James – Linux/Windows Admin, Scott – Hardware Reviewer and Joe – Software Reviewer), we hope to make Windows Magazine an inviting place for everyone.

James (Administrator) is a Computer Science graduate with over 15 years experience of working within the IT industry. He has worked on projects ranging from developing new web-based software that manages NHS prescriptions to building automated systems that monitor gas pipelines. Nowadays James spends most of his time administrating the websites he runs including this one. When’s not sat behind a keyboard, you can find him tinkering with his PC or out cycling.

Scott (Reviewer) is a former Engineer with 10 years experience of building, managing and maintaining PCs. He’s got a degree in Electronics Engineering which has helped develop his knowledge of internals, although he prefers the stability that Windows brings to the table! When not sat behind a keyboard or tinkering under the hood of an overclocked build, he enjoys sports ranging from football to fishing, as well as taking part in car shows.

Joe (Reviewer) graduated with First Class Honours from Coventry University having gained a Bachelor’s degree in Computing & IT. He started out working within the NHS where he built automated systems that monitored various aspects of a hospital’s workflow, but has since moved into the world of web development.

If you have any suggestions for articles or software you’d like to see reviewed within Windows Magazine, don’t hesitate to contact us with your thoughts.