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Computer related Q&A site(Unix-Like, Windows)

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While SE has Unix SE and Superuser. But, I want a site where we can ask any computer/os related question. Cause, I noticed that when I ask a question in Unix SE not user of Unix SE always can't answer sometimes user of Superuser can answer those question which asked in Unix SE. That's why I was posting(cross-posting) some question in both site. But, those questions is reported as cross-post. So, I want this community to build a site where we can ask computer related question. I am not completely active in Codidact for the reason also. Cause, I am facing lot of problems in Linux. And, currently I answer Unix-like OS's question. I want to be an active user in Codidact cause, I fell in love with Monica's speeches. A person proposed for a superuser site.

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I never understood why there is a need for *nix-specific communities. If programming was on-topic that would make sense, but programming is covered by the Software Dev site. On Codidact I think we should eventually launch this: https://meta.codidact.com/posts/278833. It makes sense to have different categories on that site for Windows, *nix and maybe Mac and/or mobile OS. Lundin‭ 18 days ago

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