Performing a system transition by rewriting the entire contents of the hard disk(s) with a new operating system using Ignite-UX. It generally involves a system administrator saving selected contents of the disk, using Ignite-UX to initialize the disk with the new operating system, and restoring selected data from the original configuration.
vb. To set in place and prepare for operation. Operating systems and application programs commonly include a disk-based installation, or setup, program that does most of the work of preparing the program to work with the computer, printer, and other devices. Often such a program can check for devices attached to the system, request the user to choose from sets of options, create a place for the program on the hard disk, and modify system startup files as necessary.
Before they can be used, many programs need to be installed (added) to your computer. This may require changes to the Registry and Rebooting (restarting) your computer. To remove programs, you Uninstall them.
To copy product code from its distribution medium (such as CD or Web download) and make it ready to use. Note that WebSphere documentation often uses the term install as a synonym for the deploy process.
The steps involved in copying and setting up an application program on your hard disk. The steps include copying the files from the floppy disks or CD-ROM (on which the application is sold) on to your hard disk, then configuring the options for your requirements
When referring to software, to add program files and folders to your hard disk and related data to your registry so that the software will run properly. "Installing" contrasts with "upgrading," where existing program files, folders, and registry entries are updated to a more recent version. When referring to hardware, to physically connect the device to your computer, to load device drivers onto your computer, and to configure device properties and settings. See also device driver; registry.
The process of placing software on your system so ntaht you can use it. In unix/linux the install procedure usually consists of three steps. The first stage is to configure the software, usually by executing the configure script located in the softwares source directory. Then the make command compiles the software, and the make install command moves the new software to the appropriate place in your file system.
To copy software programs into the computer's hard disk and make them ready to use on the computer. "Preinstalled" software means that the software is already installed in the computer at the time of purchase
(1.) To add a program, program option, or software program to the system in a manner such that it is runnable and interacts properly with all affected programs in the system. (2.) To connect a piece of hardware to the processor. (3.) The process of connecting used when discussing the process of connecting something to the internal portion of the processor.
When referring to a conduit, includes at least registering the conduit with HotSync Manager and copying the conduit file(s) to the desktop computer. The same installer could also install a desktop application and queue a handheld application (and databases) to be installed on the handheld during the next HotSync operation.
Any software that you wish to use on your machine needs to be installed. This involves copying files and folders on to your machine (usually from a CD-ROM, DVD or the Internet). When installing a piece of software you need to choose the type of installation and where you want the software to be installed to.
To configure and prepare hardware or software for operation. Many application packages have their own install programs-- programs that copy all the required files from the original distribution flo ... more
To place in an office, rank, or order; to invest with any charge by the usual ceremonies; to instate; to induct; as, to install an ordained minister as pastor of a church; to install a college president.