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Please don't kill . Being able to ignore those questions is very, very useful.

If these questions are allowed to remain on the site, then grouping them together is a logical thing to do. The same general expertise applies to many of these cross-game (although this isn't always true).

Being familiar with computer hardware and common software misconfiguration is an area of expertise, which is the general basis for what makes a good tag.

Also, for those of us specifically lacking this area of expertise, or who might not think that these are worthwhile questions for the site, having a quick and easy way to keep them out of sight is a bonus.

Please don't kill . Being able to ignore those questions is very, very useful.

If these questions are allowed to remain on the site, then grouping them together is a logical thing to do. The same general expertise applies to many of these cross-game (although this isn't always true).

Being familiar with computer hardware and common software misconfiguration is an area of expertise, which is the general basis for what makes a good tag.

Also, for those of us specifically lacking this area of expertise, or who might not think that these are worthwhile questions for the site, having a quick and easy way to keep them out of sight is a bonus.

Please don't kill .

If these questions are allowed to remain on the site, then grouping them together is a logical thing to do. The same general expertise applies to many of these cross-game (although this isn't always true).

Being familiar with computer hardware and common software misconfiguration is an area of expertise, which is the general basis for what makes a good tag.

Also, for those of us specifically lacking this area of expertise, or who might not think that these are worthwhile questions for the site, having a quick and easy way to keep them out of sight is a bonus.

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Please don't kill . Being able to ignore those questions is very, very useful.

If these questions are allowed to remain on the site, then grouping them together is a logical thing to do. The same general expertise applies to many of these cross-game (although this isn't always true).

Being familiar with computer hardware and common software misconfiguration is an area of expertise, which is the general basis for what makes a good tag.

Also, for those of us specifically lacking this area of expertise, or who might not think that these are worthwhile questions for the site, having a quick and easy way to keep them out of sight is a bonus.

Please don't kill . Being able to ignore those questions is very, very useful.

Please don't kill . Being able to ignore those questions is very, very useful.

If these questions are allowed to remain on the site, then grouping them together is a logical thing to do. The same general expertise applies to many of these cross-game (although this isn't always true).

Being familiar with computer hardware and common software misconfiguration is an area of expertise, which is the general basis for what makes a good tag.

Also, for those of us specifically lacking this area of expertise, or who might not think that these are worthwhile questions for the site, having a quick and easy way to keep them out of sight is a bonus.

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Please don't kill . Being able to ignore those questions is very, very useful.

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