During my course of reviewing, editing & general janitorial cleanup, I ran into a few tags that were pretty much useless. Since there's too much for me to take action up, I'm posting the list here.
Don't just fix the tag; review the question and fix anything else you can find in the process. If there are grammatical errors, then please fix them. If a question is pure crap and doesn't belong on Super User, make sure to cast a close/delete vote. If the question is old and won't get enough close/delete votes, then flag for moderator attention or drop the link in Vote to Close/Delete chat room
Don't ping for others in main Root Access room - that's just noise. Make use of the existing rooms.
If the tag is to be removed, then its tag wiki excerpt should be updated as follows:
DO NOT USE - Removed as part of Super User mid 2012 cleanup -
And the following should be added to the top of the tag wiki body
DO NOT USE - Removed as part of http://meta.superuser.com/questions/5054/super-user-mid-2012-tag-question-cleanup
Please update the question as and when progress is made.
Do not flag/vote to close for migration; many of them are too old, too highly upvoted, just plain crap, or out of scope according to their FAQ.
Remember, we don't migrate crap.
In this case, as mentioned above, cast your vote for closure and/or deletion and also flag for moderator attention and we'll review it.
If you are removing tags from a massive amount of questions, it's better to go to the last question on the last page of all questions with that tag and work your way backwards. This prevents you from having to deal with the cache not reflecting your edits on the question list combined with browser-cache issues.
If you haven't visited most of these questions, you'll know what you changed because the link for the question will have a different color.
Please edit in small batches & be mindful of front-page flooding - we don't want the entire front page to be filled with edits of old questions.
Tags in question:
Even the tag wiki is conflicted:
Questions tagged with this question can refer to graphical images, e.g. a .jpg or .gif file or system snapshots, which are also called "images".
History often refers to the list of webpages viewed in a browser or commands used in a particular program. History is often used for undo/redo or back/forward functionality in programs of all kinds.
Question text borrowed liberally from similar post on Meta Stack Overflow, thanks guys!