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Matt Egan

Matt Egan

Matt Egan is editor-in-chief of PC Advisor, having worked for the UK's best-read technology magazine and website since 2003. A passionate technology fan who writes on subjects as diverse as internet security, social media and Windows, in his spare time Matt enjoys playing football (badly) and singing in a band (also badly).


 

Articles by Matt Egan


Features: 
Mind the gap folks, heres Google Latitude

Google's Latitude has been thrust upon an unsuspecting world, to predictable howls from the privacy lobby.

Review: 
Writer's Café 2 review

Writer's Café 2 is a cross-platform software program that provides a workspace, resource centre and organisational tool for writers of all…

Features: 
For remote working: just add water

Snow's frozen water, right? Well, the addition of a few inches of the stuff has caused all of the south east of England to grind to a halt.

Features: 
Explaining the UK's drunken porno office party

So more than one in three UK office workers surf for porn at work, it seems. (And PC Advisor's own research suggests a similar proportion of users…

Features: 
Sony PSP2 coming soon? Er, no

The blogosphere was alight this morning with rumours of an impending Sony PlayStation Portable 2 - an updated handheld PSP console with a…

News: 
Assess your PC with PC Performance Monitor

To help you work out what will and won’t run on your PC and to give you a general overview of how well it is performing, PC Advisor has introduced…

Features: 
Arsenal fans get highlights on Sony PSPs

Effete, Gitanes-puffing North London soccer aristocrats Arsenal have come up with a novel way of keeping pitchside fans in touch with their…

News: 
Manx ISP offers unlimited music downloads

The government of the Isle of Man has proposed that residents of the island pay its ISP a one-off fee for unlimited music downloads.

Review: 
MSI Digivox Duo review

The MSI Digivox Duo is a USB TV tuner that turns your Windows PC into a Freeview TV and PVR for around £30.

Features: 
Bang! And the bloatware is gone

If we want a safer internet, we need to get serious about educating web users about PC security. And it can't be left to commercial considerations.


 

Comments by Matt Egan


Features: 
6 best budget gaming PCs 2014: What's the best low-cost gaming PC you can buy in the UK?

We are working on a new responsive site that will ease some of these issues. Thanks for your patience. (Sent from my own Lg g3!)

Features: 
Minix Neo Z64 UK release date, price and specs: Sub-£100 mini PC runs Windows 8.1 or Android KitKat

I can't comment on your experience, and I am sorry if it was bad, but we have checked out Geekbuying as we do any e-commerce site we mention. We…

Features: 
Battle of the browsers 2013: which is the best web browser for Windows?

Why don't you join the dots for me? If you are accusing the publishers of this website of being corrupt, at least have the bravery to actually do…

News: 
Windows 8 'Threshold' update will be Windows 9

You are mistaken. The article states the same. The sentence to which you refer says 'previously it was suggested that Windows 7 users will have to…

Features: 
5 reasons why PCs are better than Macs: Mac vs Windows PC - which is best?

'People like you deserve to be homeless'. Wow. Your parents must be so proud.

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Group test: what's the best PDF software?

It certainly is. Apology accepted. In the UK it is illegal to post vendor content as editorial content. It's also morally bankrupt.We do publish…

Features: 
Group test: what's the best PDF software?

I don't care what you think it looks like, I'd appreciate it if you didn't express the opinion that this site or our authors are corrupt.

Features: 
Group test: what's the best graphics card?

We regularly update this story to keep up with the market. It's been on the URL for around five years. We have previously deleted all the older…

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