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10 solutions for 10 annoying internet problems
posted September 1 2011 15:22.08 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This is an old but yet no obsolete page in Lifehacker, written by Adam Dachis. He spotted the 10 most annoying things that can happen to anyone when surfing the net, and also he gives a possible solution for each one. The list covers:

Too Many Ads
Excessive Flash
Tedious Forms and Logins
Registering for New Accounts
Ugly and Confusing Web Sites
Endless Social Networks
Unhelpful Search Results
Fake Online Reviews
Waiting to Download Files from File Sharing Services
Trolls

Wanna read the story? Follow this link!

[Link: lifehacker]
Tags: annoying   cool site   geek   trick   sick   tips   how to   security   internet related   
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