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I'm having a doubt that, recently I found this question in Askubuntu :How do I watch Youtube videos?
On seeing that my instinct told me to edit the question as : Flash player not working in firefox
But on the second thought I knew that how will the people with poor tech interaction will find such a question with tech specifications in the site. So what is recommended? Let it remain as is?

P.S: I didn't meant this question only

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    Never edit a question's title away from an actual question. The title is supposed to be a question. "Flash player not working in firefox" is not a question. – user98085 Jan 5 '14 at 17:00
  • Then, "How to repair the flash player?" – Varun Jan 5 '14 at 17:05
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No

"How do I " questions are encouraged for search optimization since it's what people that are trying to find an answer will use.

A user will search for "how do i get youtube working"

Tech terms are tags.

A technical person will browse the firefox and flash tags.

Opinion from experience, but someone may disagree.

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