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Ian Evenden

Ian Evenden

Ian is a UK-based news writer for Tom’s Hardware US. In 1992, he was given a 286-based PC because his parents hoped he’d become a programmer, and was instantly hooked despite the vagaries of MS-DOS. Pretty soon there was a 386 with Windows 3.1, a CD-ROM, and Sound Blaster card under the desk, followed by Pentium II, Athlon, i7 and Threadripper systems, most of which he built himself. After a brief eight-year dalliance with games consoles at Edge magazine, he began contributing to the likes of Maximum PC, PC Gamer, Windows Help and Advice and a few other magazines that have since closed - none of which were directly his fault. His desk today is a riot of PC monitors, Apple products, Raspberry Pi boards, purple unicorns, game controllers and camera lenses. He has no idea about programming.

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