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Why does the community have such vague rules that any administrator can adjust almost any question to fit them?

Android tablets fall under the "not about... electronic devices, media players, cell phones or smart phones" clause in our help center. The operating system is essentially locked down and ...
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Does this constitute a high quality question? From review audit

At 1000 views per day it's the type Q&A thread that although simplistic gets lots of search engine hits. In general this type of question is poorly received by the community. With a few exceptions,...
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Why does the community have such vague rules that any administrator can adjust almost any question to fit them?

While Mokubai has very clearly answered your question here, there was an inherent flaw in your original question and the details, or lack of details, you provided… You need to provide a bare minimum ...
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Does this constitute a high quality question? From review audit

The question definitely does need improvement. For instance changing "I am trying to determine how to proceed." to "What are the minimum hardware requirements for Windows 11?*" ...
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Wording a question about protocols for converting authentication without it being " product, service, or learning material recommendations"

Various mods consider a protocol a "product or service". Summary You haven't asked the question you should have asked, and the question you did ask is off topic and not answerable even if it ...
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Where should I ask this question?

The boundaries between the various SE sites aren't always cut and dry, and this question could easily be on-topic on several sites, including Super User, Unix and Linux, Ask Different, and potentially ...
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