uptime

NOUN
  1. a period of time when something (as a machine or factory) is functioning and available for use
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How To Use uptime In A Sentence

  • In most instances, cable modems give you great speed and fantastic uptime.
  • This allows for 100% uptime, even while services are modified.
  • The Internet has created the need for digital data access, server uptime, data protection and, when required, data recovery.
  • Their uptime is great (did not experience any major downtime before). Blogs: How do I set up my own blog? by The Creative Penn | The Creative Penn
  • This translates into faster service and more uptime.
  • There's easy access to the system's uptime, last login, date and time.
  • Everyone thinks they have a handle on machine uptime and true production time, but only those who measure and track such numbers truly know.
  • Stability: We've had near 100% uptime since our initial launch, and we've worked behind the scenes to make goo. gl even stabler and more robust. Faster Forward: Short review of Google's goo.gl address shortener
  • Page load speed is a critical factor, in some cases even more important than uptime.
  • Our main goals were to improve uptime and understand the causes for downtime.
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