These two questions came up in the "reopen votes" review queue:
How to permanently uninstall Microsoft Teams?
How do I increase swapfile in Ubuntu 18.04?
Both of these questions were closed as duplicates. Both questions also have lots of votes and at least one high-quality, highly-upvoted answer.
For the question about Microsoft Teams, I voted to reopen because this question is more specific than the questions that were deemed duplicates. The accepted answer to this question is also specific to Microsoft Teams, and the answers to the other questions are generic.
I believe the second question about swapfiles is definitely a duplicate, but this question also has a high-quality accepted answer with 140 votes. I am not sure how to vote.
I understand that even if the duplicate stays closed, it will show up as a "linked" question, but I don't like that a good answer to this question will not show up on the open question.
Ideally, I'd like to see this answer merged into the question that is still open. I'm not sure if this is something that moderators are able to do, or perhaps there is a drawback to merging the two questions that I'm not aware of.
What is the best way to handle reopening questions that were closed as duplicates even if they have a lot of votes and contain good answers?