I am on your side here.
This question should be closed as off-topic and asked on Super-user instead.
The question about software should be asked here only if question is also about game. If there is no primary game tag then at least a scope of the question should be strictly affiliated with the games.
Examples to give an idea:
- how to disable skype autostart? [super-user]
- how to disable autostart of skype on minecraft dedicated server? [here is ok]
- how to insert emoji in discord? [super-user]
- how to add ingame status emoji to all my messages? [here is ok]
The whole point is to clearly split the roles of sites. Otherwise you would be able to ask identical question on many. And if this is allowed, then where are you supposed to search for the information???
The gamers have to go to super-user if they want to rise their "super-user" skills. Isn't that obvious? From other point super users don't have to be gamers, so asking game-specific questions there is bad idea.
The @Thunderforge answer mentioned it's ok to ask about
Notepad++. It's ONLY ok when it has SOMETHING to do with software you are developing. That tag exists on multiple sites but it also solves DIFFERENT problems:
- StackOverflow - problems with source-files or related resource files, e.g. viewing generated by your software files there or using it to prepare input data for your software; you are almost certainly would have to provide a source;
- Software engineering - more general programming questions, not affiliated with specific language or library, without sources;
- Super-user - any question what can be answered by non-programmers.
So it's poor excuse for letting pure super-user questions to be asked and answered here.
Another argument is that the answers on such questions here will be poor: the probability what gamer happens to be a IT professional is not too high. So expect casual answers from people who barely using named software. It might be of help of course, but you would get much better answer from super user.