Web Developer


It was a difficult decision to release this groundbreaking tool. On the one hand, millions of tech support jobs could be lost. On the other hand, millions of geeks might dare to venture out without encountering the dreaded “oh hey, while you’re here, can you look at my computer…?” segway.

Obviously, my obligation to society won out, and I’m proud to present a tool that takes the latest algorithms available, combines them with a compendium of knowledge compiled from years of experience, and returns results based on the very highest standards of tech support training!

Blatantly “inspired” from xkcd

Follow the instructions below to solve 99% of your computer software issues!

 

What do you want to do?

Find a similar button or menu item.

Example: Do you want to open a file? Look for a button or menu item that says: "Open"

Try again.

Find another similar button or menu item.

Example: Do you want to open a file? Look for a button or menu item that says: "Open"

Click it.

Seriously, just move that cursor over it, and punch that mouse button with confidence!

Pick a random button.

No, really, just pick anything!

You're finished!

Have you considered a job in tech support? You're on a roll, solve another problem!

Have you lost track of time yet?

Do you know whether it's day or night?

What do you want to do?

Google it.  Follow any instructions.

google: A verb meaning to search on Google. Don't believe me? Google it!

Give up.

No, you're not stupid, your computer has the PBKAC virus. It cannot be repaired.