Definition of Reimage

1. Verb. (computing) (transitive) To completely replace the operating system (on a particular computer) with a preconfigured image, typically as a drastic means of fixing problems. ¹



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Definition of Reimage

1. image [v -AGED, -AGING, -AGES] - See also: image

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reimage

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reimage (current term)
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Literary usage of Reimage

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1. Publications by American Social Health Association (1921)
"... which we are not sure exists in any other animals in equal degree; and more important still he has imagination (memory) which enables him to reimage in ..."

2. The Criminal Classes: Causes and Cures by Daniel Right Miller (1903)
"... And hyacinths, daisies, and daffodils grow; Once more on my brain to reimage their form As the sun paints his beams on the wings of the storm. ..."

3. In Maiden Meditation: A Mosaic by Eva Whitthorn Trezevant (1893)
"... a day when the cloudless sky revealed through all its exquisite transparency that inexpressible tenderness which no painter and no poet can reimage, ..."

4. How to choose the right vocation: Vocational Self-measurement Based Upon by Holmes Whittier Merton (1917)
"Have I the acute sense of motion-forms that enables the Japanese to reimage on canvas the expression of fish in water so well that one can almost see them ..."

5. The Future of Remote Sensing from Space: Civilian Satellite Systems and by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"The HRV can point up to 27 degrees off the satellite track, allowing the satellite to reimage places on the surface within 2 or 3 days. ..."

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