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I have a question about why apps are updated and require specific versions of OS where would I ask this>

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    I can't think of any SE website where a question like that would be on topic – Ramhound Apr 5 '17 at 23:33
  • So what should I do?, is there a site the would have a general topic like this? – GBikeZ8 Apr 5 '17 at 23:35
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    As I said, I cannot think of a SE website where your question as it's currently described, would be on topic. – Ramhound Apr 5 '17 at 23:50
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    The reason you're getting “none” as an answer is that you seem to want to ask a question to start a discussion, rather than to ask a specific question that has a specific answer. And although there could be a specific question distilled out of the discussion topic you've described, it would not be very informative – you would need to ask many basic questions to start getting a clear understanding of the knowledge you're missing on this subject. Suggestion: read books on how operating systems (OSes) and software work? – SevenSidedDie Apr 6 '17 at 3:05
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There is no site on the Stack Exchange network where you can ask such a question. The reason for this: it is a discussion-type question rather than an fixed question that addresses a specific problem and can be answered in a single answer.

Here is the rule for posting on the Stack Overflow site (and correct me if I am wrong, but this applies to all sites part of the Stack Exchange network):

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