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Annoyances.org – More Help for Microsoft Windows

If you ever search Ask Leo!, you’ll note that below the site-specific search
results is a option to search “partner sites” for more answers.

At the top of that list is annoyances.org. OK, ok, the list is alphabetical, but still – it’s
on the list, and for a very good reason: you’ll find a lot of Windows specific
answers there.

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Annoyances.org is by the folks that brought you the books “Windows XP
Annoyances” and “Windows Me Annoyances”, among others. This site is another
reference since full of useful and interesting information about the things
that annoy in Windows.

From their site:

Annoyances.org is the most complete collection of information assembled for
and by actual users of Microsoft Windows. Explore this free web resource by
selecting one of the destinations on your left, or use search to find a
specific solution.

In addition to the content on the site, there are accompanying discussion
forums for each version of Windows as well, providing yet another opportunity
to ask your questions or find the answer already posted.

annoyances.org. I
recommend it.

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2 comments on “Annoyances.org – More Help for Microsoft Windows”

  1. Went to Annoyances.org, downloaded FREE Quad Cleaner….guess what, download was free but to clean register you have to register and pay for it.
    FREE??? I THINK NOT!!!!!!!!

    Reply
  2. Windows7. I am annoyed that in Windows 7 I cannot add a new toolbar to the desktop AND move it to a location other than on the task bar as can be done in XP. Thank you
    Martin

    Reply

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