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I noticed that there are two tags for Microsoft Virtual PC, of which one is (327 questions) and the other is (7 questions). Windows Virtual PC is referring to a specific version of Microsoft Virtual PC. The tags should be merged into a central tag, say .

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    Would it make more sense to merge these both into [microsoft-virtual-pc] so that it's clear that it's the product that is being talked about, and not the abstract concept of a virtual pc? – Darth Android Dec 18 '13 at 18:53
  • @DarthAndroid We already have virtual-machine to represent the abstract concept... – gparyani Dec 18 '13 at 19:31
  • [virtual-pc] is ambigious. But AFAIR the official name of the program is now Windows Virtual PC which is ambigious too, so maybe sticking to [ms-virtual-pc] or [microsoft-virtual-pc] would be the best choice. – gronostaj Dec 18 '13 at 20:11
  • @gronostaj I think that it would be best to make [microsoft-virtual-pc the central tag. – gparyani Dec 18 '13 at 20:15
  • Please don't flag above comments as obsolete. This is Meta – discussion is welcome and it's not like we're drowning in comments unrelated to the question. Keeping the comments doesn't do any harm. – slhck Dec 19 '13 at 19:20
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This is done

updating post history, 445 rows affected
updating posts, 327 rows affected
removing/renaming old tag, 1 rows affected
updating count for master tag, 1 rows affected
tag remapping of [microsoft-virtual-pc] and [virtual-pc] complete!
remapping 0 synonyms
17 favorite and ignored tags remapped!
Tag Synonym virtual-pc -> microsoft-virtual-pc was approved!
Broadcasting tag-engine reload

updating post history, 8 rows affected
updating posts, 7 rows affected
updating PostTags associations, 3 rows affected
removing/renaming old tag, 0 rows affected
updating count for master tag, 1 rows affected
tag remapping of [microsoft-virtual-pc] and [windows-virtual-pc] complete!
remapping 0 synonyms
0 favorite and ignored tags remapped!
Tag Synonym windows-virtual-pc -> microsoft-virtual-pc was approved!
Broadcasting tag-engine reload

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