No. We are not "Find A Better Site For Me Then" Stack Exchange.
The purpose of this website is to form a repository of high-quality Questions and Answers. Comments exist solely for the purpose of improving those first two categories, and chat exists because people need space to have discussions that don't fit elsewhere.
When an off-topic question is posted, it is not contributing to that goal. It takes away effort, time and attention from posts that are on topic, and reduces the quality of the content.
"Oh, but I just want to help! What harm does it do, the post will be deleted anyway.."
When users ignore the quality and topicality requirements, and either post an Answer or provide a solution (complete or otherwise) in comments, it is actively incentivising the user to make such posts again, and it disincentives the user to either fix the post or to find a better place for asking it. Others see this and they wonder why they shouldn't do it for themselves - and naturally, some
After all, worked for the last guy, why shouldn't they just stick whatever junk in?
That means more reduction in quality in the future, and a reputation for not following our own rules. There are already people arguing that they can ignore policy P because "that other post did the same thing and it's open and it has upvotes". Just as those policies are established for good reason, so are the basic principles of the site. Ignoring those principles, going against those policies, means going against the entire purpose of the site.
If you don't want to use this site for its intended purpose, cool! That's your choice. But the consequence is that you just don't use it. Go to Reddit or Quora, Twitter or Facebook, YouTube or Instagram to discuss and ask and answer anything and everything and not have to worry about quality.
But please, don't bring the Helpful™ attitude here. There is enough work to do without tidying up after your "help".