For a close reason to be displayed, it requires only three of five users to select that reason. It's possible that two of them chose something else, e.g. off topic, since you're asking for a product recommendation. That's actually prohibited, even if not explicitly mentioned on the FAQ.
Regarding the close reason not constructive, and why it applies:
I have always interpreted any questions that involve interfacing a device (such as a smartphone, iPhone, iPad, etc.) with a computer or actions that require a computer to interact with a device to be completely on topic. Examples might be how to back up an iPhone with iTunes on Windows, or how to Restore a specific firmware file to a device through iTunes. I'...
The question is really old, has been abandoned by the OP, it's got low views, has got two one good answer and not to mention there's not much infomation on the question.
I don't see why it needs to be reopened. If the community wishes to reopen it, they can cast their re-open votes and we'll judge the feedback. As of now, it remains closed.
Thanks for pointing out the other questions. They've been closed accordingly.
If you look at the other examples you linked to, you'll find that the most answers just consist of links to resources. This is a problem. We don't want to build up a list of links. We want actual answers here. But those link-only answers are of course just the symptom of the ...
Anything asking for a list of answers is marked as not constructive as they will "solicit opinion, debate, arguments, polling, or extended discussion."
What we are looking for is not straw-polls on why you should or should not do something, what SU and the other StackExchange sites strive for are solid answerable questions. While yours is a valid question ...
You have asked a total of 10 questions on Super User, 8 of which have been closed and/or deleted.
Your deleted questions, from newest to oldest:
Can you see me? [closed]
Does SE have a webmaster? [closed]
What is the best way to change my IP? [closed]
Long distance with VR? [closed]
Laptop Supercomputer via bluetooth/Wifi?
PlayStation Super Computer
Add a ...
Without wanting to repeat myself too much – I brought up this issue on MSO a while ago: Extending the “Why are some questions closed?” section in the FAQ
One of the points I wanted to include was:
Once you edited the question accordingly, you may use the "flag" link to inform a moderator about your changes.
Do not post the question again. ...
Are you sure?
I've read the question about 4 times now, and I still don't get remotely get the impression that is what your asking. Even your clarification still implies it is a device issue.
Your question reads that your trying to find a single installation for all the apps on the device rather then software that will be able to push the same settings and ...
The question is (*drumroll*) not constructive.
Quoting from the description of this reason to close:
this question will likely solicit opinion, debate, arguments, polling, or extended discussion.
Even though you prohibited a (quite valid) point of view in your question, these reasons still apply in whether any given argument is actually valid or true.
You may be wanting it for a desktop app, but the whole crux of your question is stated as:
The problem is that I don't own a Kindle so how do I find out what my Kindle [name] is?
This is an Amazon support issue and not on topic for Super User.
I got some good answers to this question too!
Q&A for computer enthusiasts and power users
do not conclude that a question is on topic. You can get answers for any question here, if people are willing to answer them, and just because you're a computer enthusiast, well, that doesn't make a question about Service Level Agreements ...
It was closed under the "shopping or product recommendation" clause of the off topic section.
If you had already bought a device and needed to get it working for your set up, that would be on topic. If it was about better understanding what you should look for in an item, that too would be on topic.
Super User works to give expert and knowledgeable advice ...
If you prefer, it could be closed as being not constructive, as we don't know what Microsoft is using and there's no objective definition of what "professionally looking" is.
It's a safe bet to say that all professional e-mail templates are hand-crafted and thoroughly tested on various e-mail clients to ensure that they look good. And they're all not sent ...
My OP clarifies the exact nature of efficiencies, which is quite narrow, and not over broad - efficiencies related to performance and stability.
Your question lists only a very small subset of the efficiencies Windows has received since Windows 8.1 was released. I would estimate that number of performance and stability improvements Windows 10 has recieved ...
Intel is going to release the 4th generation before this summer, but is there a point for me to hang around for it?
Even if this weren't a highly subjective question to start with (whether or not something pays off is nothing any other person than the OP can decide) — what value would this question have in a few months from now?
This is one of the reasons ...
If you believe a question is incorrectly marked as a duplicate, you can vote to reopen it (since you're a >3K user) using the "reopen" link below it. Five reopen votes will undo the closure. Casting one such vote pushes the question into the Reopen Votes queue, where other >3K users will examine it and decide whether reopening is warranted. If your reason ...
I have only asked 2 or 3 questions
You have asked 10 questions.
Is my status on other SE sites causing me to have a premature question ban here?
No. Your status on other SE sites makes no difference to your status on SuperUser.
On SuperUser you have asked 10 questions.
Those 10 questions have a total of 18 downvotes. Only 1 question has an upvote.
8 of ...
why is that question (which is now clearer) still bad?
While you have improved the question, the underlying question still cannot be answered by the community. You basically want to know the reason the developers of PDF-XChange Viewer, used a GUI element that behaves the way you describe.
While I could guess the reason, the control (bookmark panel) works ...
The original question was fairly vague, a sentiment shared by 5 users, some of them osx users & voted to close them. You may recognize the problem because you've been in a similar situation, but that doesn't necessarily mean it's a good question. Also, it helps to have a cool mind and not blast about people for question closure.
Having said that, ...
It isn't constructive - period. That's the main reason, but to elaborate...
the only valid answers is
A reason against any products with Microsoft-branding, or
Multiple reasons against any products with Microsoft-branding.
This is totally the wrong focus for a business IT change.
Any organisation considering a major change should be focussed ...
Nothing. I am going to quote from the FAQ under What not to ask here:
To prevent your question from being flagged and possibly removed, avoid asking subjective questions where …
every answer is equally valid: “What’s your favorite ______?”
your answer is provided along with the question, and you expect more answers: “I use ______ for ______, ...
As one of the five close voters I've chosen Too Localized because of this part of the close reason:
... an extraordinarily narrow situation that is not generally applicable to the worldwide audience ...
Tweaking the priority settings on processes is something that works or breaks depending on your usage scenario, you have left out what your usage ...
This question (in either revision) is off topic for Super User as it concerns the building and deployment of your website.
There are three sites where you could post this:
Server Fault if you are installing this on your own servers.
Pro Webmasters if you are installing this on managed servers.
Stack Overflow if you are developer.
This is a question of being too broad in the sense of what defines getting the most of the system, as well as how many apps and tweaks are necessary to say that the experiences between the operating system is similar or same enough.
It also falls under the reason of being primarily opinion based from the read of what the answers have shown to be the crux of ...
Indeed, another Meta post from a different moderator suggests that certain types of identification questions, such as those involving connectors, should not be closed.
Said moderator wrote a community FAQ to close those against.
In any case we can use the same tests
Is there a minimum amount of effort put in?
Every manual in the past 40 years or so ...
There's actually many reasons why this was closed as off topic.
It has nothing to do with computer hardware of software.
Its not constructive. - There isn't a real answer to this. You could possibly get a million different ways of organizing your cables out.
Its too localized - This isn't going to help a lot of people in the long run.
I saw this question was aimed to be closed, and edited in to be a bit more general, but focusing on what threads were in relation to the processor. It seems to be closed, but I support it being re-opened.
To start off, please note that question is 2 years old. Our standards have changed a lot since then.
The problem with your question is that we cannot pick the answer for you - it varies for every user. You didn't tell us your use of the machine, how often you generally keep it powered on, or any supporting facts about the computer. With that, its Not ...