When dealing with (in my case) questions that are Windows related, I have some of the worst luck trying to figure out what to do with them. Sometimes I'll stare at it for 3-5 minutes, and have no idea what to do. And I've had some cases of flagging things where I missed some distinction (because windows all blurs together for me) that makes some question sufficiently different from or another to not be a duplicate, or it deals in some arcane bit of tech that I don't use, so trying to determine the validity of a question or answer is (almost) entirely speculation on my part.
In many cases, it would be far better for me to not even see things tagged with Windows or Windows-related tags, because I'm about roughly as likely to miss-diagnose a question or answer as to provide helpful feedback.
Is there any way to exclude such-tagged questions from coming up while reviewing questions/answers? If not, is there any way that it could be included?
Some may say, "Then quit reviewing things." Which, I guess has some validity, but in general, things that aren't Windows, I've got a pretty good hit-rate on providing useful feedback. And I like to be helpful when I can. So, I'm left wondering what to do.