It’s 2022, but there are still a lot of people struggling with computers. Not to mention all the intricate webs that connect them.
And Reddit has all the photos to prove our ignorance. More specifically, its ‘Gore Tech Support’ community.
“You’ll be on the brink of passing out after a few minutes of watching this subreddit,” its moderators say confidently. And they don’t lie.
Complicated cable knots, cracked chips, piles of dust and poorly designed server rooms are all there. Whether you’re an IT professional or just an average internet user, these things will get to you.
Keep scrolling to check out the subreddit’s recent top posts, and for its earlier gems, hit up our previous editions here , here , and here .