configured configured  /kən ˈfɪɡ jərd/

Definition(s):

  • (adj) organized so as to give configuration to

News

  1. Microsoft patches critical vulnerability in Office 2011 for Mac

    Microsoft has issued an update to Office 2011 for OS X, which closes a critical vulnerability that may allow remote code execution from an attacker. With this vulnerability a maliciously crafted Word document or e-mail message in Outlook (with Word configured as the e-mail reader) could give an attacker the execution rights as the current user , allowing them to arbitrarily run code on the ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: CNET

  2. Mobile Site Speed To Be A Google Ranking Factor?

    Google has clearly had it with sites that have lackluster mobile experiences. This week, the company took to its Webmater Central blog to discuss “several ranking changes” it’s preparing for sites not configured for smartphone users. But that’s not all. …
    on June 12, 2013     Source: WebProNews

  3. Google Prepares ‘Several Ranking Changes’ For Sites Not Configured For Smartphone Users

    Google announced on Tuesday that it plans to roll out “several ranking changes” in the near future, which address sites that are “misconfigured for smartphone users.” Essentially, if your content provides errors on smartphones, your rankings are going to suffer. …
    on June 12, 2013     Source: WebProNews

Quotes

  1. "We have learned from Cameron, the manufacturer of the blowout preventer, that the device had a leak in a crucial hydraulic system and a defectively configured ram," designed to seal off an oil well's pipes, Waxman said.
    on May 12, 2010 By: Henry Waxman Source: AFP

  2. "As they are currently configured, these stations are not core to our television operations going forward," Canwest Chief Executive Leonard Asper said in a statement.
    on Feb 5, 2009 By: Leonard Asper Source: Reuters Canada

  3. "We're configured to respond in significant numbers, literally, by land, sea and air," said Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly.
    on May 31, 2007 By: Raymond Kelly Source: Washington Post

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