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configure in Computers topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishconfigurecon‧fig‧ure /kənˈfɪɡə $ -ɡjər/ verb [transitive] technical  TDto arrange something, especially computer equipment, so that it works with other equipment→ See Verb table
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configureBoth offer myriad ways to configure automatic searches.Five years after Gomez launched the coral reef, it is only now configuring itself into self-sustenance.Windows is stuffed full of things you have to configure or change before you can set up a printer, for example.I can only assume that manufacturers who don't properly configure the machines they sell are either lazy or careless.Additionally, you could configure the product to be conservative or optimistic in its assessments.In the Mac, you configure the program via the Connection option under Settings.At the low end, configuring the router will probably cost staff time.The partitions are used to combat memory fragmentation and to enable users to configure the size of target systems' memory pools.