Yeni ürün, kurulum sırasında herhangi bir sorun çıkmasın diye bu hafta iki kez kontrol edildi. - This new product has been checked twice this week in order to avoid any problem during the installation.
Havaalanına tam beden tarayıcıları kuruldu. - Full body scanners were installed at the airport.
Transferring a new program to a computer's permanent storage (e g , hard disk) and performing any necessary configuration or administration
If you install a piece of equipment, you fit it or put it somewhere so that it is ready to be used. They had installed a new phone line in the apartment. + installation in·stal·la·tion Hundreds of lives could be saved if the installation of alarms was more widespread
To put a software program or update in place and prepare it for operation Operating systems and application programs commonly include a special installation program that does most of the work of setting up the program to work with the computer, printer, and other devices The installation program can check for devices attached to the system, request the user to choose from sets of options, create a place for the program on the hard disk, and modify system startup files as necessary *inventory (complete) Complete list of hardware or software each having to be assessed for y2k compliance
to copy all the files of a software package on to a computer and make any changes needed to existing files so that the software then works Installation or set-up programs do this for users
If you install yourself in a particular place, you settle there and make yourself comfortable. Before her husband's death she had installed herself in a modern villa
The steps involved in copying and setting up an application program on your hard disk The steps include copying the files from the floppy disks or CD-ROM (on which the application is sold) on to your hard disk, then configuring the options for your requirements
to transfer files necessary to enable a computer user to use software or hardware
A process of attaching cards or other devices to the appropriate connectors or sockets Plus setting the system's resources to utililize the new attached devices
If someone is installed in a new job or important position, they are officially given the job or position, often in a special ceremony. A new Catholic bishop was installed in Galway yesterday Professor Sawyer was formally installed as President last Thursday The army has promised to install a new government within a week. + installation in·stal·la·tion He sent a letter inviting Naomi to attend his installation as chief of his tribe
To place software onto your hard disk so that you can subsequently make use of it
To place in an office, rank, or order; to invest with any charge by the usual ceremonies; to instate; to induct; as, to install an ordained minister as pastor of a church; to install a college president
A computer software utility that is run to install a software application. Also used as an adjective
To copy part of a computer program onto your computer so the program will run properly
The process of copying the software from the original disks to the user's hard drive and setting it up for use The files on the original disks are often compressed or split so they can fit onto floppy disks, and the install process also serves to uncompress the files and piece them back together while they are being copied to the hard disk For this reason, many software programs cannot be used until they are installed
When you get new software you usually have to install it before you can use it Installation is usually to set up a program to run the way you want it to on your computer
A software term describing the process of loading a program on your computer, particularly on your hard drive During a typical install, files are copied onto your hard drive and the software sets itself up to run with your particular computer and its devices Many programs also give you customization options, such as what parts of the software you want to install and what parts you want to leave out See setup
put into an office or a position; "the new president was installed immediately after the election
Loading and copying a programs files to a computers disk drive and configuring it to run Common when installing new software
The name of a special user, with root capabilities, who is responsible for configuring the Trusted Solaris software system
To copy product code from its distribution medium (such as CD or Web download) and make it ready to use Note that WebSphere documentation often uses the term install as a synonym for the deploy process
Insert a Candidate into the set to allow looking up its effects Has no effect on the future evolution of the system
Performing a system transition by rewriting the entire contents of the hard disk(s) with a new operating system using Ignite-UX It generally involves a system administrator saving selected contents of the disk, using Ignite-UX to initialize the disk with the new operating system, and restoring selected data from the original configuration
set up for use; "install the washer and dryer"; "We put in a new sink" place; "Her manager had set her up at the Ritz" put into an office or a position; "the new president was installed immediately after the election
Any person duly licensed to construct, install and/or repair private sewage disposal systems and to design conventional and shallow-in-ground systems that are pumped or gravity fed, as determined by the administering agency
A utility that copies system software or an application from floppy disks or a CD-ROM, server, or another hard disk to your hard disk An Installer may also decompress the new files, remove obsolete files, place extensions and control panels in their proper folders, and/or create new folders Integrated software: A single application that includes several types of basic programs, such as a word processor, spreadsheet,database manager, draw, paint, and (often) communications
(transitive verb.) 15th century. From Middle English installen, from Medieval Latin installō (“to install, put in place, establish”), from in- + stallum (“stall”), of Germanic origin, from Frankish *stall (“stall, position, place”), from Proto-Germanic *stallaz (“place, position”), from Proto-Indo-European *stelǝ-, *stAlǝn-, *stAlǝm- (“stem, trunk”). Cognate with Old High German stal (“location, stall”), Old English steall (“position, stall”), Old English onstellan (“to institute, create, originate, establish, give the example of”), Middle High German anstalt (“institute”), German anstellen (“to conduct, employ”), German einstellen (“to set, adjust, position”), Dutch aanstellen (“to appoint, commission, institute”), Dutch instellen (“to set up, establish”). More at in, stall.
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