I acknowledge that websites like stackoverflow, bleeping computer and others provide a needed and helpful service. However, the value of that service is limited by the processes of signing jup for the service, responding to a validation notification and then being compelled to read a tutorial on how to get to the answers you need to solve the problem at hand. I did not sign up for a master class on using your services; I signed up to see if you could directly and quickly point me in the direction of an answer to problem I am experiencing.
Whereas my complaint may come across as totally unappreciative to you, I recommend that you vist and register for help at 3 or more (almost any) of these "help" sights and waste 30 to 45 minutes without even having a clear opportunity to post your "issue" or ask your question then you might come around to my conclusion that getting to HELP is a complete Time Wasting Exercise in Futility.
I am certain that you have good reasons for the protocols you have established as a necessary regimen for a seeker to get help from your website - but might I suggest that - "There Must Be A Better, Less Time-Consuming and Ultimately Less Frustrating Way To Ask A Simple Question?"
I have expended an extra 15 minutes of my very valuable, limited and irreplaceable time to think through and write this suggestion - I hope you will give it equally valuable consideration.