Definitions

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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of uninstall.
  • adj. That has not yet been installed

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Examples

  • Otherwise I would have already frickin 'uninstalled the firk-dang-blasted thing ...

    November 29th, 2001

  • NET-related crap on the system that DOES NOT get removed when the application is "uninstalled".

    Fileforum

  • · You delete software that was never really fully "uninstalled"

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • Windows 7 E/N is likely to provide IE in an 'uninstalled' state.

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  • Microsoft Windows I accidentally 'uninstalled' a device from my windows computer.

    Answerbag: Latest Questions in Question Categories

  • I know IE is ate up, which is why I "uninstalled" it from Windows and use Firefox as my default browser.

    Fileforum

  • I've never had iTunes, so I KNOW that is 'uninstalled' on my system!

    Discussions: Message List - root

  • Some reasons why you may find that you need to use a PC Optimizer Pro include: ï¿­ You frequently install or uninstall programs ï¿­ You delete software that was never really fully "uninstalled" ï¿­ You have embedded Spyware or third party programs that revive themselves with each boot ï¿­ You have gone through a hardware install / uninstall ï¿­ You have unused but undeleted drivers on your system

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • - so i forced uninstall and then copied a backup of my board directory over the existing board directory now i checked the database and it seems that all the database changes are not "uninstalled" like i still have f_delete_forever in phpbb_acl_options as well as f_undelete and m_delete_forever and so on ... can you explain that? shouldn't the uninstallation of your mod also remove those database changes?

    phpBB.com

  • Actually, after giving it some more thought, I think that although the bundled software can be uninstalled, there is clearly some intent to control the political information that Chinese youth has access to because of how the government is forcing schools to use the software and because the software seems to be just as concerned with blocking sensitive politics as sensitive body parts.

    Global Voices in English » China: A leaking dam?

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