Don't remove these statements.
They're very reassuring in the sense that this answer really solved a problem and is going to be really useful for someone else. Imagine reading this answer when looking for help yourself – would you rather trust this or some other answer where the OP was just blindly guessing?
In any case, I would put the answer first though. That is, if the answer goes something like …
I had the same problem too. My setup is a Windows 7 blah blah Core 2 Duo Foo machine with Yak Bar Baz Pro v.1.26 […]
To solve it, you have to click Edit » Blah and then set the Unicorn option to Enabled.
… put the actual answer first, so turn it around.
You have to click Edit » Blah and then set the Unicorn option to Enabled.
I know because I've had the same problem too. […]
This makes it easier to skim through answers. You won't have to read everything that you might not want to know to finally get to the important part.