About Ademilade Shodipe-Dosunmu
Ademilade is a resourceful and dedicated tech writer with a knack for technical writing, SEO, and demystifying complex tech concepts for readers. He’s currently completing his degree in Mechanical engineering and has been using and writing about Windows, Android, iOS, and Gaming devices since 2016.
He loves discovering and testing the bounds of internet technology. Consequently, he hopes to leverage this knowledge to help users effectively utilize the technology around them. When he's not busy writing, Ademilade is probably watching an episode of Friends or playing his favorite FPS game, Valorant.
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