Sure, over the past 4 years I've had my share of headaches while learning.
But now I suffer with no popups, spam (3 accounts), viruses, malware, scams, you name it.
The only problem I have left is website navigation. I'm tired of searching for specific information or items on un-user-friendly websites. What a waste of my time.
Google a review for a camera or video game. Many offerings, many are lies. Click on "Review at xxxx", and then read "There are no reviews at this time". Go back, and the next one doesn't even mention what you are looking for. A simple quest can take hours.
I wasted two hours searching for an internal USB cable. That was after calling around locally. I then went to eBay and purchased one within minutes, for $6. Same with a P4 retention bracket. Hours on the internet, much time on Soyo's site, no go. Local calls, nyet. Minutes on eBay (should'a checked there first), and I got one for cheap.
Trying to find motherboard jumper settings for an older Hewlitt Packard took days in my spare time. They have it buried so deep I doubt I could ever find it again. I don't know how many times I found something easily, then return later to click everything under the sun to see it again.
Go to RadioShack.com to find a specific adapter. Good luck! I would rather drive there.
PC game crashing? Some simple fixes take hours to find through forums.
Ever type a specific term into a website searchbox with 0 results, then find it buried later with the SAME NAME you typed in the first place?
The "information highway" sometimes is just a muddy path through the mountains.
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