Bug.gd May Finally Find a Solution For Your Computer Bugs

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How many times has the following happened: you surf the Internet, load an application, install software and all of the sudden an error message pops up?

I always wished the error message would be simple and tell me exactly what the bug is, and what to do in order to fix it. Instead, it provides some text that most of the times does not help whatsoever. The message usually mentions the registry, a code number, and other words that mostly leave me completely lost and frustrated.

Would you like to know what these error messages actually mean? Would you like to finally fix these bugs and forget about them? Bug.gd has found a way to help you with that.

Bug.gd believe that if you have incurred these awful bugs and error messages, then it is likely that someone else has also. With that, they provided a platform for users to paste the error message and search if someone else has heard of it and (even better) solved it. See an example of a solved bug in Secondlife below:

Secondlife Solved Bug

The site is currently in a Beta version but has already managed to gather a great list of solved bugs. What an awesome way to finally be able to get rid of some of these computer bugs that keep popping up. Who knows, Bug.gs may actually be… “humanity’s only hope”.

11 thoughts on “Bug.gd May Finally Find a Solution For Your Computer Bugs

  1. Glenn.

    Hello, Eran and everyone else.

    I just wanted to drop a quick note that we appreciate the blog post/comments and to let you know that they do not go unnoticed.

    Just wanted to repeat the fact that our site is still in early beta, but we’ve got big plans for the very near future.

    We gave this site a mention on our blog (http://blog.bug.gd/) as well.

    Thanks again!

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  4. Neece.

    Eran, this is awesome, thanks for sharing this site. I’ve bookmarked it already and hope I don’t need it any time soon. But if I do get errors it will be nice to have a place to go to for help. 🙂

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  5. Eran Abramson Post author.

    Hi David and Jerad, thank you for your comments.

    @David: I wonder if Bug.gd will save a little time in searching for the correct bug, and the way to solve it.

    @Jerad: I presume that if the community will grow, then a forum and expert system/users will help others.

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  6. David Dunn.

    This site is a really good idea. Google tends to solve all of my problems but would be useful if I didn’t have to trawl through all of the results to find a solution to my problems.

    Nice post!

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