warm-bootˈ transitive verb
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Main Entry:warm

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  • warm boot — noun (computing) The rebooting of a machine without switching it off, eg when changing programs • • • Main Entry: ↑warm …   Useful english dictionary

  • Warm Boot —   [engl.], Warmstart …   Universal-Lexikon

  • warm boot — paleidimas neišjungus statusas T sritis informatika apibrėžtis Operacinės sistemos paleidimas iš naujo neišjungus kompiuterio. Atliekamas įvykdžius komandą ↑paleisti iš naujo arba paspaudus klavišus Vald+Alt+Šal. Baigiamas darbas su operacine… …   Enciklopedinis kompiuterijos žodynas

  • warm boot — boot which is performed without interrupting the electrical current to the whole system …   English contemporary dictionary

  • warm boot — /ˈwɔm but/ (say wawm booht) noun a procedure performed after the computer has been running for some time which returns the user to the operating system. Compare cold boot. {See boot3} …  

  • warm boot —    A reboot performed after the operating system has been running for some period of time, by pressing Ctrl+ Alt+Del rather than cycling the power to the computer …   Dictionary of networking

  • boot — [n] heavy, often tall, shoe brogan, footwear, galoshes, mukluk, oxford, snow shoes, waders, waters*; concept 450 boot [v1] kick; oust ax, bounce, can*, chase, chuck*, cut, discharge, dismiss, drive, dropkick*, eighty six*, eject, evict, expel,… …   New thesaurus

  • Boot — Amorçage d un ordinateur Pour les articles homonymes, voir Boot (homonymie). L amorçage, en informatique, désigne la procédure de démarrage d un ordinateur, qui comporte notamment le chargement du programme initial. On le désigne également par le …   Wikipédia en Français

  • boot — I. /but / (say booht) noun 1. a heavy shoe, especially one reaching above the ankle. 2. a covering, usually of leather, rubber or a similar synthetic material, for the foot and leg, reaching up to and sometimes beyond the knee. 3. (formerly, in… …  

  • boot —    To load an operating system into memory, usually from a hard disk, although occasionally from a floppy disk. Booting is generally an automatic procedure that begins when you turn on or reset your computer. A set of instructions contained in… …   Dictionary of networking

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