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.
the number and ratio of pixels (visual data) shown on a computer display (e.g., 1024 x 768), also depicted as an aspect ratio or in pixel density (pixels per inch or cm). Use the "Display" tag for oth…
"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".
Questions about running and installing VirtualBox on elementary OS Freya.
the default web browser in elementary OS as of the Loki release. For the default browser in Freya and earlier, use "Midori". For other web browsers, use other tags.
Questions about running elementary OS with AMD hardware such as GPUs and CPUs.
Fonts refers to the computer's typefaces, used to change the appearance or style of text
Questions about mounting file systems. (Examples include a CD, a DVD, an external hard drive and a USB thumb drive.)
For questions about the elementary development team and its history, philosophy, and culture.
Shortcuts link users to apps and files in different directories. Shortcuts such as those in the Applications menu ("Slingshot") conveniently collect links to all applications in one place.
the software component responsible for the tracking and placement of windows within a graphical interface.
For questions about images taken by the computer to record the items on the monitor or other output device. This is a digital image taken by software running on the computer.
Questions about scripting, and writing in any language that relates to elementary OS, for example BASH, Vala and QT.
The default photo viewer application on elementary OS. Formerly known as "Shotwell".
Questions specific to the Luna release. Luna is the second stable release of elementary OS, corresponding to version 0.2. It was released in August 2013 and is based in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS.