Computer errors are a regular occurrence. Sometimes users see them and most times they don’t. However, seeing an error doesn’t make it less imposing or menacing. Users see errors and often begin to panic and question whether or not their system is about to implode. Fortunately, ErrorHelp is here to aid in finding answers.
While it’s true errors mean something is wrong or has malfunctioned, it doesn’t necessarily mean the end result will be catastrophic. In fact, most errors are minor and simply a one time occurrence. Nevertheless, if users want to investigate the answer it can be a daunting task. Hunting through search results and help websites is utterly mind-numbing at times. Often it results in more confusion then when the hunt began.
How It Works
ErrorHelp is something a bit different. Like a search engine, it finds corresponding data with regards to errors. It lists any references that offer a solution and along with details, provides a link to the orignal solution source. In addition, ErrorHelp provides ranking information so that anyone seeking help can evaluate the reliability of a solution.
Now to be fair, ErrorHelp does use other resources to acquire the data. For instance, Google or Microsoft Support to name a couple. The benefit of ErrorHelp comes from the curated results which focus directly on the error entered. The clutter of similar problems and irrelevant results is removed from ErrorHelp’s solution listings.
Try it for yourself, head over to ErrorHelp and paste or type in your error code and see what comes up. You just might find that it’s a minor problem or maybe get advanced notice on something more serious.
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