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.
for questions about making elementary OS more accessible for users with disabilities, whether through the built-in features of the OS or additions
Questions about running elementary OS with AMD hardware such as GPUs and CPUs.
Questions relating to Android devices and elementary OS.
The elementary OS app store (replaces the Ubuntu Software Center).
Questions about software that runs on elementary OS. This includes the default applications like Files and Mail, and also apps from the software center and those downloaded manually.
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.
Advanced Packaging Tool, the package manager for Debian-based distributions. It is also the most used tool for installing packages in Ubuntu. Questions about using any of the apt tools should use this…
a quite powerful package manager leveraging CLI and an ncurses-style interface.
the default video player application on elementary OS. For questions about video players in general, use the "video-player" tag.
the light behind a computer screen's LCD display that determines the screen's brightness
the act of copying data for use in case the original is lost or damaged
Questions about the bootup process in elementary OS. Use this tag if you have trouble booting elementary OS or you have questions about the bootup process.
for questions relating to bumblebee. Always try updating bumblebee before posting.