What do we do with 'useless old questions'? Ones that never really defined the problem, will never have an answer & no-one would care if they vanished off the face of the earth. They don't provide any searchable resource. Dead weight. Not even perhaps through any fault of their own.
I don't want to single out individual questions really, but as I'm tidying up my 'followed' questions, I've come across quite a few that never resolved original issues with the question. Maybe the OP found an answer elsewhere, but whatever the reason, the question itself has just been left to rot.
You don't need to be able to read this, just an indication that whilst some questions are deleted over time, because the Community bot has a set of rules as to how it does some of this tidying up itself, it can't handle questions which have multiple comments, which would be a feature of this type of 'useless question'. If we take these multiple comments as an attempt to properly define/hone the question - but without success - then there's no automatic cleanup.
Not all the remaining questions are 'junk', of course. As you can see from the pic, some got answers & were accepted. My 'following' list doesn't only contain 'junk', but really the only time I perform any examination of these is every few months in some downtime, I'll have a look back through the list to see which bore fruit or still hold some kind of interest. That could be the only time anyone looks at some of these ever again.
Examples, as I find them… I didn't want to single out any individuals, but in chat was asked for something to 'hang my coat on' as demonstration of the type of question I mean.
This - How to prevent Finder from resetting? - I never did figure out what the OP was asking. Maybe it's me being thick, but basically it got nowhere & I don't see it as having any future value for searchers.
Or this - MacBook Pro (13-inch, 2016, Two Thunderbolt 3 ports) - Reinstalled High Sierra but cannot login the iCloud account - though a well-defined issue, comments had some guesswork as to how to handle 2FA, but nothing concrete. Problem 'went away' after upgrading. Maybe this one could have an answer added, if there is a method for dealing with 2FA on High Sierra [which I still don't know] or if the answer is just 'update to Mojave'.
2017 iMac can't boot - we have a lot like this, many with actual resolutions. OP basically couldn't connect for Internet Recovery. Comments beneath got hung up on the keyboard & confusing responses from the OP rather than looking to Ethernet or USB boot… but the end result is the question has no real value.
[I'm still going through my followed list - I'll add more if I find them]