Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of uninstall.
  • adjective 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

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

    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'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

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

    Fileforum

  • - 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

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