We strive to be your top choice when it comes to PC advice, guides, and news.
Since its inception in early 2021, PC Strike has grown to be a medium-sized independent news publication that primarily covers PC news with hundreds of thousands of users relying on our tips and expertise. PC Strike offers extensive guides for free and aims to cover all mainstream PC programs and other related technology related to the average or advanced PC user.
There are a lot of things happening behind the scenes, such as extensive content research, writing and image creation, editing, and proper formatting. All in all to make life a little bit easier for the PC user. Not all PC users have the extensive knowledge about Windows that we do, and we definitely know that so all our articles can be followed by even the newest PC users.
Our skilled team of tech journalists and editors not only creates new content for new and relevant topics but also keeps existing content up-to-date with the help of sophisticated systems and user feedback.
PC Strike In Numbers
100K monthly visitors
200+ published articles
+1 million total users helped
+500 external website mentions
It is our mission to provide the most accurate and helpful content possible. That’s why we adhere to strict content guidelines to ensure the highest quality standards. Here are some of our core values:
Content Crafted By Experts
It’s important that the content you read on the web is written by people with the right expertise. We only work with tech writers who can prove to us that they have the right knowledge and expertise in order to write about PC-related articles and more.
Original Photos and Videos
Photos and videos are extremely important to get your message out. We’re aware of this, which is why we create most of the images and videos ourselves.
We take original screenshots and edit them by adding numbers, arrows, and text to make our guides easier to follow.
Our layout makes it very easy to find what you’re looking for as we don’t want to waste your precious time. We’ve tested this layout across millions of sessions and fine-tuned it over the years.
PC Strike can be accessed by any device with an internet connection as it is fully responsive and loads incredibly fast.
Highest Readability and Accessibility
Our content is very easy to digest and follow. In terms of accessibility, we follow the best practices outlined by the WCAG. Our content can be freely accessed by anyone no matter which device you’re using and if you’re physically disabled or not.
100% Accurate Headlines
We hate clickbait as much as you do. We strive for 100% accurate headlines on every article. We ensure the information is accurate and still valid before writing it, which is how we can maintain our professionalism and reputation as a trusted tech publication.
Keeping Our Published Content
Tech always changes. That’s why it’s difficult to just publish some non-news article in the tech industry and not update it from time to time. Most tech publications ignore this fact, but we don’t.
For each published post, we set a date in our complex systems and when that date has passed, the responsible writer makes sure to review the article and update all the information so it is valid at the date of the editing.
Multiple People Review Every Article
We don’t have one person write an article, publish it and go on with the next. Before publishing, we have our very skilled and competent editor review the article to make sure it’s ready to be published and serves all possible user intents for the article.
- Is PC Strike safe and legit?
Yes, of course. All internal, as well as external links found on this site, are safe and we always review them in order to prevent linking to an expired website that a malicious user may acquire.
- How can you provide this content for free?
Like many online media outlets, we are supported by advertisements and affiliate links. These are of no cost to you and it allows us to maintain and improve our work.
- Can I trust PC Strike?
The team behind PC Strike are all vetted Windows experts and will be able to help you with most, if not all, of your PC issues or other queries.
- What areas do you cover?