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default email client in elementary OS (formerly known as Geary)
for any question about the images that represent applications. These images show up in Slingshot and Plank. Questions can be about duplicates, icon packs, low quality icons and more.
Questions related to physical hardware, and how it interacts with elementary OS.
Questions relating to running elementary OS on laptop computers.
Questions about the files on elementary. Consider using pantheon-files for the file manager application.
should be about both elementary OS and Ubuntu - a Linux distribution with an emphasis on ease of use and installation. Note that http://askubuntu.com is specifically dedicated …
Questions about Noise, the default music player included in elementary OS
Questions about Google Chrome web browser and related applications.
Security covers a wide-ranging set of topics including Users, Permissions, Authentication, Authorization, Upgrades, Firewalling, Hardening, etc.
For questions about software development and related tools on elementary OS
for issues relating to elementary OS and USB drives and booting elementary OS from a USB drive
Questions about using and connecting to the internet on elementary OS
for questions about dual-booting Windows and elementary OS and other Windows related issues after dual-booting. Questions about Windows are off-topic (head to SuperUser)
a window & compositing manager based on libmutter and designed by elementary for use with Pantheon Shell.
refers to the command line interface (CLI) and commands executed through the CLI
For questions about elementary's official website, elementary.io. Please use a more specific tag for questions about the operating system (e.g., "system-installation", "applications", "updates").
For questions regarding the processes that automatically run after booting or after the GUI login.
Questions about the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface that finally replaced the BIOS on newer desktops and laptops with the release of Windows 8. UEFI is independent from CPU architectures and sup…
For Questions related to Scratch - the default text and code editor shipped with elementary
"Personal package archives" serve applications to the public. Launchpad users bundle and prepare packages for users, who can add PPAs via terminal commands or "Software & Updates".
relating to the setup and maintenance of hard disks and their partitions