I've seen this question, and no, this is not a duplicate -- I don't want to ask, if we should migrate or close, because for me this is pretty obvious and sometimes I wonder, how this could not be so obvious to users with 30k+ rep?
I would like to ask, why following close-related, auto-generated comment is existing at all:
"Questions about general computing hardware and software are off-topic for Stack Overflow unless they directly involve tools used primarily for programming. You may be able to get help on Super User
Can you please, kindly explain me, what is the reason (if any) for closing a question with above comment, and encouraging OP to ask it again, instead of actually migrating such question to Super User (or any other SE's site)? Do we really need closed-here-repeated-there doubles?
(all the time*, over and over, I have to add comment to each such close-instead-of-migrate, asking the one, who voted for close, if he or she can kindly explain above to me)
I'm pretty sure (correct me, if I'm wrong), that above comment only encourage people to close question, instead of migrating it. For me (again, correct me, if I'm wrong), pointing user to ask the same question on other SE site, instead of actually migrating his or her question there is pointless.
And that is why, in my opinion, such comment (for people closing question) should either be removed or at least extended, with a short, clear notice:
migrate question, instead of closing it and asking user to repeat it somewhere else