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.
denotes that your software requires functions that are specific to science fields (physics, chemistry, medicine, etc.)
use if your search is for a specific operating system that matches X requirements.
a software application which presents the imagery and audio of a video stream from a physical media such as a DVD or Bluray disk or digital media such as a data stream from software …
for programs in the category of health and wellness. For example a program to force you to take breaks, or a program to monitor your heart rate
For requests having the "Google Drive" cloud storage as strong requirement
when seeking recommendations relating to optical media - questions relating to CDs, DVDs or Blu-Ray media (for example: DVD burning software).
the way a file is set up. Use this tag for recommendations on tools for managing file formats.
programs or plugins that supply a list of correct words for one or more languages. They may also contain grammatical and meaning information for the words.
For task managers in the sense of OS tasks/processes. Use 'project-management' if you mean that.
a file transfer interface working over Secure Shell (SSH) connections and being similar to the old and unencrypted File Transfer Protocol (FTP). Use this tag if…
the practice, in software engineering, of merging all developer working copies with a shared mainline several times a day. For further information, please see https:/…
For questions relating to music production software, sequencers, virtual instruments, etc
Software for making diagrams of relationships between concepts. Aka. concept maps or spider diagrams.
needs immediate response, acts in real-time
Code Review tools enable the user to gain statistical knowledge about their code and hints on how to improve it.
for software written in or working with the programming language Swift