Definitions for "Default settings"
The settings that a computer software program or database automatically uses upon start-up or upon being reset. The default settings control the search or output unless the user modifies them. Dewey Decimal Classification System (DDC) A system for arranging books and other materials in subject order using the numbers 000 to 999. Many public and school libraries use this system which was first published by Melvil Dewey in 1876. See also: Decimal order.
The settings that the computer uses at the startup of a program or operating system.
Standard settings for a command or option that are predetermined by the computer, but can be changed by the user.
Standing instructions to configure a commuter at log on, establishing baud rate, lines per screen, characters per line and other parameters.