reboot

[ UK /ɹɪbˈuːt/ ]
[ US /ɹiˈbut/ ]
VERB
  1. cause to load (an operating system) and start the initial processes
    boot your computer
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How To Use reboot In A Sentence

  • You may need to reboot the PC for this setting to take effect. Times, Sunday Times
  • We also rebooted between test iterations to clear out disk and memory caches.
  • At a cost of just $45 million, the film may prove a lucrative investment for rebooting the puppet franchise across the spectrum of Disney platforms.
  • Now our own divided societies need to reboot efforts. Times, Sunday Times
  • Using the software is easy - insert the self-booting diskette into drive A, then turn on or reboot the computer.
  • It placed a counter in the start-up routine of the computer and after ninety reboots (deemed a sufficient time to pay for the intellectual goods) it initiated a process that encrypted the names of most of the files on the hard disk.
  • Each test was done immediately following a reboot with no other software running in the background.
  • Worse still, it attempts to format a user's hard disk when a user next tries to reboot.
  • System administrators should be able to add components such as activities and help items to the system while it is live, requiring no logoffs by users or rebooting of the server.
  • After every test, all drives were defragged and the system was rebooted.
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