reboot v : cause to load (an operating system) and start the initial processes; "boot your computer" [syn: boot, bring up]
- An instance of rebooting.
- In the context of "Narratology": The rewriting of a series storyline that discards all previous continuity.
- Greek: επανεκκίνηση (1)
- To cause a computer to execute its boot process, effectively resetting the computer and causing the operating system to reload, especially after a system or power failure
- To discard all previous continuity in a series and restart the series.
- (video games) To restart a (computer or video game) from the beginning.
- Dutch: herstarten, heropstarten
- Esperanto: restarti
- Finnish: uudelleenkäynnistää
- French: redémarrer, réinitialiser, relancer
- German: neu laden
- Greek: επανεκκινώ (1,3)
- Italian: reiniziare
- Japanese: 再起動する (saikidô suru), リブートする (ribuuto suru)
- Korean: 재시동한 위하여 (jaesidonghan wihayeo)
- Latin: reinitiare, reinitializare
- Swedish: starta om, reboota
- Spanish: reiniciar
Reboot usually refers to:
- Booting, an event sequence when (re)starting a computer
It may also refer to:
reboot in Danish: Reboot