A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.
Software that transmits audio or video, or both, over the internet.
The process of storing, processing and accessing data and information.
Software that reads or modifies XML content.
Use this question when seeking recommendations for financial software.
Software used to manage changes to documents, computer programs, large web sites, and other collections of information.
Converting office documents between different formats (e.g. MS-Word to ODT, or PDF to HTML). For media conversion, please use the 'media-converter' tag instead.
for recommendations related to download managers and accelerators.
Recommendations for software that can capture the entire screen, or specific areas of the screen, to an image file or online storage.
software using the "HyperText Transfer Protocol" (HTTP). Before using this tag, please check if a more specific tag such as 'web-browser', 'web-server', or 'web-apps' might be a better fit.
Software specifically for Windows 8 or 8.1. Please tag with [windows] instead unless your question involves functions specific to Windows 8 or 8.1.
For tools that work with natural/constructed (but not programming) languages in some way (learning languages, grammar/spell/style checker, language generation …).
if you're looking for a wiki implementation/engine, converters between different wiki syntaxes, wiki plugins, or similar wiki-related software.
Software that interacts with a physical camera
Recommendations for software, extensions and tools related to Microsoft's Visual Studio IDE.
when seeking recommendations for educational software.
For software that relies on the Global Positioning System.
for recommendations regarding search-engine questions
Software that interacts with or creates notifications
for software that interacts with YouTube (e.g., uploading, downloading, or searching videos).
Software that (or interacts with software that) synchronizes data from one (or more) location(s) to one (or more) other location(s)
Google's online applications, including Google Mail, Google Drive, Google Search, Google Calendar, etc.
software solutions involving the "Secure SHell"
Software that interacts with the internet
For software used during the development of video games.
For software to create or manage audio recordings.
when asking a question related to remote desktop software and remote desktop sharing.
software using the "File Transfer Protocol" (FTP).
Software working with "plain text" documents (AKA "ASCII files").
Animation is the process of transforming still images into a series of images that resemble a movement. Tools that enable you to create or modify animations should use this tag. Tools that show animat…
Interacting with other people through the internet, where the parties involved can see each other via their webcams.
The physical screen of a device.
GIS is an acronym for Geographical Information Systems. GIS software is software that allows for the visualization, access, and processing of geospatial data.