Thats why books will never die
I hear whar you're saying about being over whelming, I had over 220 sides of printed A4 and a hell of a lot more pages saved as 'webpage complete' in a seperate folder.
What really helped it sink in was printing and underlining all the 'what i shouldnt do or i will brick' info using a red pen and other keypoints with a highlighter.
A few reams of paper and a printer cartridge are not only cheaper than a brick but handy if wifi or PC go kaputt.
I even had a couple in the bathroom to read when having 22222. You have got to want to learn the reasons why, not just the what.
But that tenacity is in short supply these days, too many people just want to be spoon fed.
As my old teacher used to have on a banner over his blackboard:
"Fail to prepare, prepare to fail."
EDIT - perhaps the default search function should return 'posts' rather than threads? A lot of people may search but then have to go through 100(0)s of pages before getting to the right post relevant to their question.
Dont think many people know you can select to return posts and save that as your default.