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Helpdesk Jokes

 

If you have come here to find some Helpdesk Jokes, then you won’t be disappointed, we are listing some Helpdesk Jokes which are really funny. Most of the times customers having problems and asking solutions for them create very humorous situation. The IT Help Desk is a single point of contact for all of your technology-related problems and it provides platform to answer much of your questions. Common Calls into an IT help desk contains technology related problems and problem solving. Common Calls into an IT Help Desk serves as a centralized reporting and referral system designed to dispense information, solve most minor problems immediately, and refer more complex problems to the appropriate support personnel as quickly as possible. But don’t take it too boring, as the technicians behind these helpdesks are also human being and sometime a simple call ended up in a Helpdesk Jokes.

 

Let’s see some real life Helpdesk Jokes.

 

Customer: “My computer crashed!”

Tech Support: “It crashed?”

Customer: “Yeah, it won’t let me play my game.”

Tech Support: “All right, hit Control-Alt-Delete to reboot.”

Customer: “No, it didn’t crash – it crashed.”

Tech Support: “Huh?”

Customer: “I crashed my game. That’s what I said before. I crashed my spaceship and now it doesn’t work.”

Tech Support: “Click on ‘File,’ then ‘New Game.'”

Customer: [pause] “Wow! How’d you learn how to do that?”

 

For us it may seem like some Helpdesk Jokes, but think about the person who faced that situation. Let’s discuss some more Help Desk Jokes.

 

Tech Support: “OK Bob, let’s press the control and escape keys at the same time. That brings up a task list in the middle of the screen. Now type the letter ‘P’ to bring up the Program Manager.”

Customer: “I don’t have a ‘P’.”

Tech Support: “On your keyboard, Bob.”

Customer: “What do you mean?”

Tech Support: “‘P’ on your keyboard, Bob.”

Customer: “I’m not going to do that!”

 

These are funny, isn’t it? Some more Helpdesk Jokes below:

 

Customer: “Your sound card is defective and I want a new one.”

Tech Support: “What seems to be the problem?”

Customer: “The balance is backwards. The left channel is coming out of the right speaker and the right channel is coming out the left. It’s defective.”

Tech Support: “You can solve the problem by moving the left speaker to the right side of the machine and vice versa.”

 

Helpdesk Jokes once more:

A man attempting to set up his new printer called the printer’s tech support number, complaining about the error message: “Can’t find the printer.” On the phone, the man said he even held the printer up in front of the screen, but the computer still couldn’t find it.

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HelpDeskrelationships

The Service Desk is, in fact, an operational aspect of the important process of Problem Management, e.g. incident control. The reason why the Service Desk is recognised as a separate function, is that the Service Desk is the central point of contact between the IT department and its users/clients. From this perspective the Service Desk is closely related to Service Level Management.

 

Furthermore, there is an important link with Configuration Management. Incidents can be attributed to a Configuration Item. If this link is supported by software, a forceful aide in mapping weak links in the IT infrastructure evolves. ITIL is a strong supporter of such a link. Simultaneously, the Incident can be solved simpler and faster by searching by C.I., category and/or error code and applying a previously used solution.

 

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Computer Helpdesk Stories

 

The IT Help Desk is a single point of contact for all of your technology-related problems or questions. Common Calls into an IT help desk contains technology related problems and problem solving. Common Calls into an IT Help Desk serves as a centralized reporting and referral system designed to dispense information, solve most minor problems immediately, and refer more complex problems to the appropriate support personnel as quickly as possible. But don’t take it too boring, as the technicians behind these helpdesks are also human being and sometime a simple call ended up in a Computer Helpdesk Stories—funny and serious both.

 

First Computer Helpdesk Stories:

ME: Hello, can I help you?

Caller: Yes, the server must be restarted, how do I do this?

Me: Type “Down” then “Exit”

Caller: OK, D-O-W-N

Me: Now Press “Enter”

Caller: I don’t have that

Me: Have what?

Caller: A precenter.

Me: No, PRESS ENTER!!

Caller: I said I DON’T HAVE THAT!

Me: No!!! Press the “ENTER” key

Caller: Oh, I have that.

 

One more Computer Helpdesk Stories:

I was working customer service at a computer store and a customer came in one day complaining that his brand new laptop was broken. He was very angry that a laptop that he bought two days earlier was already broken and he was demanding that he get a new one and be refunded a certain percentage of the price of the computer for his troubles. Before going any further I asked if I could see the laptop to see if it was a simple problem. He put the box on the counter (which looked like it had been trampled) I opened up the box and the laptop was in pieces! The screen had been hit with something and had a big hole in the center and had been ripped completely off. The keyboard was smashed in and it looked it had been thrown against the wall. I asked what happened to the laptop and his response was this:

 

HIM: “I got frustrated with it”

ME: “What was the problem!?”

HIM: (the mouse was one of those nubs instead

of the touchpad) “I couldn’t control the mouse”

ME: “I can’t return this”

HIM: “WHY NOT?!?”

ME: “Because you destroyed it.”

HIM: “It was broken before I hit it with the gold club. So sense it was broken you should return it.” Needless to say we didn’t return or fix it.

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HelpDeskIntroduction

The evolution of IT computer services from batch operation only into complicated Tele-Processing networks has enlarged the job of the IT staff. Simple tasks have become complex functions. The Service Desk is an excellent example of this. Since the early beginnings of IT, clients have approached Computer Services with questions or complaints about print output. The more complex the IT services have become, the bigger the increase in the number of problems of users/clients. In the early days of IT systems exclusively operated in batch mode and simple problems occurred, such as lost print output and problems with batch jobs.

 

Work preparation, production management or even operations mostly dealt with these kinds of questions. Output was usually meant for one person at every user department and therefore questions only came from one party. However, operations and other departments can no longer handle the number of questions, as the size and complexity increase. The Service Desk is now an essential part of Computer Services and its importance grows as IT penetrates business. A distinction should be made between the physical Service Desk, where Service Desk staff are present in order to function as first point of contact for support, and the Service Desk process, whereby one or more IT staff (as well as the Service Desk staff themselves) are responsible for achieving the objective of the process.

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Help Desk Jokes

 

Frankly speaking Help Desk Jokes are really funny. Most of the times customers having problems and asking solutions for them create very humorous situation. The IT Help Desk is a single point of contact for all of your technology-related problems and it provides platform to answer much of your questions. Common Calls into an IT help desk contains technology related problems and problem solving. Common Calls into an IT Help Desk serves as a centralized reporting and referral system designed to dispense information, solve most minor problems immediately, and refer more complex problems to the appropriate support personnel as quickly as possible. But don’t take it too boring, as the technicians behind these helpdesks are also human being and sometime a simple call ended up in a Help Desk Jokes.

 

Let’s see some real life Help Desk Jokes.

 

Customer: “My computer crashed!”

Tech Support: “It crashed?”

Customer: “Yeah, it won’t let me play my game.”

Tech Support: “All right, hit Control-Alt-Delete to reboot.”

Customer: “No, it didn’t crash – it crashed.”

Tech Support: “Huh?”

Customer: “I crashed my game. That’s what I said before. I crashed my spaceship and now it doesn’t work.”

Tech Support: “Click on ‘File,’ then ‘New Game.'”

Customer: [pause] “Wow! How’d you learn how to do that?”

 

For us it may seem like some Help Desk Jokes, but think about the person who faced that situation. Let’s discuss some more Help Desk Jokes.

 

Tech Support: “OK Bob, let’s press the control and escape keys at the same time. That brings up a task list in the middle of the screen. Now type the letter ‘P’ to bring up the Program Manager.”

Customer: “I don’t have a ‘P’.”

Tech Support: “On your keyboard, Bob.”

Customer: “What do you mean?”

Tech Support: “‘P’ on your keyboard, Bob.”

Customer: “I’m not going to do that!”

 

Hehehehe…isn’t it funny? Some more Help Desk Jokes below:

 

Customer: “Your sound card is defective and I want a new one.”

Tech Support: “What seems to be the problem?”

Customer: “The balance is backwards. The left channel is coming out of the right speaker and the right channel is coming out the left. It’s defective.”

Tech Support: “You can solve the problem by moving the left speaker to the right side of the machine and vice versa.”

 

One more:

A man attempting to set up his new printer called the printer’s tech support number, complaining about the error message: “Can’t find the printer.” On the phone, the man said he even held the printer up in front of the screen, but the computer still couldn’t find it.