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Some PC based applications such as the built-in calendar, mail and other applications can connect to web-apps in order to show your online calendars in a system native, and therefore more intuitive, view. Those applications would definitely be on-topic on Super User and to help narrow down where the problem lies it can be beneficial to know where those ...


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My $0.02 is that UPS's should definately be a category of hardware supported by SuperUser, until you start talking about something more relevant on EE.SE, but at that point it's obviously not a good fit for Superuser. Should be on topic: Swapping a battery. Discussing specs including run time, chemistry, performance, compatible batteries, etc. Programming/...


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Its pretty broad. We don't do yes/no answers, we do answers in detail, and literally the only way to answer your question is with a hardware recommendation. So literally the only way to answer your question is to take an arm machine, check processor flags, and post what the machine is. And you would end up with more than one answer, which dosen't work for ...


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There are some gray areas where opinions vary as to what's on-topic. Where you draw the boundary around "computer hardware" is one, and the context affects it. I don't put a UPS in the same category as an electronic device. Those are generally devices that have their own, independent purpose. They become on-topic only to the extent that you are ...


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