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From What is Microsoft Power Automate (Previously Known As Microsoft Flow)? Microsoft Power Automate is a cloud-based service that enables users to create and automate processes and actions that save a lot of time and effort with repetitive tasks. (Emphasis mine) Cloud computing problems are only on topic where they overlap with programs or problems that ...


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I don't recall deleting bad questions (and don't have the rep to see my deletions) You have posted 24 questions, 13 of which have been deleted. Your question scores are +5 (for the positive questions) and -12 (for the negative questions) so -7 net. This question was deleted by yourself and has a score of -7. Deleted questions with negative votes: https://...


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I dont recall deleting bad questions (and dont have the rep to see my deletions), and I've been using Stack Exchange for many years, paying attention to Meta, creating and reading Meta questions asking best practices, and while I definitely can recall a few guilty Stack Overflow questions where I was asking something too broad out of desperation to solve a ...


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Besides meta sites of individual stack exchange Q&A sites, there is Meta Stack exchange which involves general meta questions about the whole Stack exchange network itself.


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Done. win10 has been merged into and synonymised with windows-10.


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Speaking from experience, you really need a moderator to rename the tag. Excerpt guidance is always helpful, but the tag needs to be clear. The reason is that few people pay attention to excerpts and they don't show for anyone using a mobile browser. I would suggest renaming zoom to enlargement-zoom and synonyming, which should solve the problem for good. ...


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The question was deleted by the roomba a month ago. That doesn't mean it was "bad", it was simply ignored and had neither votes nor answers. If the question is more than 365 days old, and ... has a score of 0 or less, or a score of 1 and a deleted owner has no answers is not locked has view count <= the age of the question in days times 1.5 ...


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Essentially, (Almost) every single site has a "meta" site, for asking questions about the site. Sometimes, you might want to appeal or understand a closure. Other times, you might want to understand how things work. Super User is for asking questions about the things on topic on Super User. Meta is for asking questions about Super User, the site.


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From the Help pages - which every user should read & be familiar with Super User is for computer enthusiasts and power users. If you have a question about … computer hardware, computer software, or personal and home computer networking Super User Meta is for asking questions on the main site's operation, policy & administrative functions. See the ...


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Being able to answer a specific question from a specific software licence is different from "compare two (potentially) completely different things and tell me what I should do". What they should do is consult an intellectual property lawyer. In the past we allowed some licencing questions on the grounds that they were specific, focused, and about ...


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Uhm. Yes This isn't even a end user question, its a developer question. Everything else aside, this is pretty much programming and software development (SO would close it for other reasons. And its not exactly a good question) I think well, we really shouldn't be spitballing answers on pretty marginal questions and I can't really see any way its on topic ...


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Ubuntu using WSL would definitely be on-topic here at Super User. This doesn't mean it would be off-topic in the other sites you mentioned, though - both have tags for windows-subsystem-for-linux. The borders between the different SE sites aren't always clear-cut, and some questions may be appropriate for several sites.


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