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Welcome to Tech Marks The Spot. My name is Harvey Suddarth. Originally from Indiana I moved to Washington state several years ago after meeting the person that would eventually become my wife. I love technology, geocaching, writing, movies, and trying new hardware and software. I am experienced with Windows and a few Linux distributions, though I would call myself a Windows user. You will notice that when is comes to operating systems that I write almost exclusively about Windows and Android. The reason why is because Windows and Android are what I am most experienced with.

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At it's core Tech Marks The Spot is a technology blog made up of tech tips, how-to's, and reviews. The ultimate purpose is to make the tech that readers use in their daily lives easier. I believe that when a user approaches a laptop, desktop, smartphone, or software of any kind they just want it to work. Also, they want to know the easiest possible way to use it. To that end I will produce content to aid readers in working with the tech that they use every day.


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