About TroubleFixers


TroubleFixers, started in November 2007, is a technology blog originally started to focus on solving common problems related to computers, smartphones, and the internet in general. TroubleFixers has shared solutions to problems on hundreds of topics, and has helped millions of readers over the course of time.

Now, TroubleFixers has content on a wide range of technology and internet related topics. However, the core goal is still the same: to provide useful information to our users.

Aaron MacGregor – Owner and Author

Aaron MacGregor

Aaron is your friendly neighborhood Canadian with a passion for technology. He recently got his Bachelor of Science, with a minor in computer science, from the University of Toronto. He is excited to provide valuable information to a wide audience through TroubleFixers!

Tyler Sanderson – Site Contributor

Tyler Sanderson

Tyler is a software engineer from Canada who has an insatiable need to always be learning and sharing his knowledge with others. He graduated from the University of Waterloo’s computer science program in 2016, and has been working at Google’s New York office since 2017.

Rohit Khurana – Previous Author

Rohit is actually an original founder of TroubleFixers. He is an engineer who has worked in the telecom software industry for several years. He has been blogging since 2007 and is an experienced technology writer and professional blogger from New Delhi, India.

Abhishek Bhatnagar – Previous Author

Abhishek is an original founder of TroubleFixers. He is an engineer in IT, and has worked with software for several years. He has been blogging since 2005 and is a known professional blogger from India. He has substantial experience with technology and blogging.

7 responses to “About TroubleFixers”

  1. My pen drive 4 GB is not working and also not formatting. Window detected that it cant be able to format it shows only 300 Mb Space and FAT32 System while it have flash System and 4 GB size . I also done disk management instruction but there is no positive result

  2. When I use Skype, the person I am talking to hears a scratching sound. What is causing it and what should I do?