What's the meaning of the expression "unstick folks", in this context? A guy, who "prides himself on being able to unstick folks", is helping another person with a computer trouble.
This seems like a negation of the specific definition of stuck below.
verb (used with object), unstuck, unsticking.
1. to free, as one thing stuck to another.
verb (used without object), unstuck, unsticking.
2. to become unstuck:
Finally, the car's horn unstuck.
If you get stuck when you are trying to do something, you are unable to continue doing it because it is too difficult.
• They will be there to help if you get stuck.
• If he gets stuck on a word, he can make the computer prompt him.
Synonyms: baffled, stumped, at a loss, beaten
Here folks is the object of unstick. So if they (the folks) have a computer problem and they become stuck (= baffled, unable to progress), then he is able to help them with hints or solutions. In that sense, he unsticks them. They are no longer baffled and they are able to proceed in the problem or onto another problem. He prides himself on this ability.