Questions like the example provided are off topic on SuperUser, but on-topic on Software Recommendations SE.
It would be best to encourage SuperUser moderators to migrate good questions (those meeting our requirements) to Software Recommendations SE and close the poor ones on SuperUser. If a question is closed on SuperUser, a comment can be left stating that the question, if improved, would be welcomed on this SE. A link to our requirements can be included.
When mods refuse to close poor Software Recommendations questions on SuperUser, while simultaneously refusing to migrate them to this SE, many people naturally get confused as to where to post their questions and answers. The number of Software Recommendations questions asked and answered on SuperUser provides direct evidence of this.
When questions show significant effort, meet our basic requirements, but are not perfect, they can still be migrated here. One of us can quickly edit the question or add valuable comments so the question's author can fill in any useful details (such as the operating system). This has been the standard practice that we use for questions asked on this SE that show effort, but need some simple improvements.
I have donated many hours of my time contributing to this process.
If the author does not improve the question to completely satisfy every one of our strict requirements, we can then vote to close the question here. If we immediately voted to close every question that did not perfectly meet all our requirements, we would be voting to close a majority of the questions submitted. By being flexible, without compromising our standards, we can be welcoming and maintain high quality content.
I believe this practice provides the most welcoming experience for all SE users, and best accomplishes the goal of our visitors: to learn the answers to questions and provide valuable information to help other people.