Definitions

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  • noun computing The established group of users for a particular computer program, technology, etc.

Etymologies

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user +‎ base

Examples

  • If we assume that our userbase is representative, that means:

    Google Pac-Man Might’ve Cost Us $120,483,800 | Impact Lab

  • For example, EA in particular has invested heavily in Wii strategy; if you're an EA investor, wanting the publisher to grow its marketshare on the platform with the largest userbase is a reasonable desire.

    Archive 2009-08-01

  • For example, EA in particular has invested heavily in Wii strategy; if you're an EA investor, wanting the publisher to grow its marketshare on the platform with the largest userbase is a reasonable desire.

    Wii On The Brain

  • On the surface, there was nothing to indicate that things were going less than fine and, at least to me, it seemed that Jamendo was on a stable basis; they have lots of artists publishing great albums, the userbase is growing and all in all everything seemed fine.

    Jamendo in Trouble? « Inane Bits

  • And therein lies an interesting side effect of online apps – 100% of your userbase is on the version you want them to be on, instantly.

    Online Apps are always upgraded : #comments

  • The userbase is still rather small in comparison to what it could be, it makes big bucks on iPods etc, and MS is struggling with both longhorn and the 64-Bit switch.

    EXTRALIFE – By Scott Johnson - The Apple / Intel Marriage

  • This someone needs to takeover the domains and the userbase, which is round about somewhat of

    Planet Ubuntu

  • This way we get more heterogeneous userbase, which is a good idea security-wise.

    The Blog Herald

  • This way we get more heterogeneous userbase, which is a good idea security-wise.

    The Blog Herald

  • This way we get more heterogeneous userbase, which is a good idea security-wise.

    The Blog Herald

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