Assumimng that you mean Windows (as in computer issues), I would suggest
joining the free news://news.annexcafe.com newsgroup service, and then go to
the newsgroup there called -- annexcafe.general.user2user -- which is all
about computer and software realted questions and answers.
Bob F wrote:
The newsserver "msnews.microsoft.com" has maybe a thousand newsgroups
related to microsoft products. The one I find most useful is
Several Microsoft developers participate in the group - though as
volunteers, not as official MS respondents.
Glad to help you get help. There is one poster on that group, "Alias" by
name, who uses every request for help as a opportunity to pitch Ubangi.
A simple question such as: "What's a good, free, virus checker" results in
"Install Ubuntu and you won't have to worry about viruses." Some respond to
THAT nonsense by retorting "Yeah, and if you date a blow-up doll instead of
the real thing..."
Those of us who stand up to the assault may, someday, have something said
about us similar to:
In the 100 years since the Victoria Cross was created for valour & extreme
courage beyond that normally expected of a British soldier in the face of
the enemy..... only one thousand three hundred & forty four have been
awarded..... eleven of those were won by defenders of the mission station at
Roarke's Drift, Natal. January 22nd to 23rd 1879......... ...
*James Henry Reynolds, Surgeon Major, Army Hospital Corp.
*Conville Bromhead, Lieutenant, B Company 2nd Battalion 24th Regiment of
Foot, South Wales Borderers
*John Rouse Elliot Chard, Lieutenant, Royal Engineers, Officer
Commanding.... Roarke's Drift.
"How to read the small memory dump files that Windows creates for
"This step-by-step article describes how to examine a small memory
dump file. You can use this file to determine why your computer has
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