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Pronunciations /ˈwɪndəʊz/

Definitions and meanings of "Windows"

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The inedible parts of a grain-producing plant.

Straw or hay cut up fine for the food of cattle.

Any excess or unwanted material, resource, or person; anything worthless.

Light jesting talk; banter; raillery.

Loose material, e.g. small strips of aluminum foil dropped from aircraft, intended to interfere with radar detection.

A piece of glass you can open when it gets too hot outside. Come on people Urban Dictionary

The fanciest version of Solitaire I've ever played. Urban Dictionary

Things you look out of. Urban Dictionary

1. A 32-bit Operating System with a graphical interface and 16-bit backwards compatibility for older applications. It was created by Microsoft Corporation. 2. A name that may refer to Windows NT or Operating Systems based on Windows NT such as Windows 2000 and Windows XP. Windows NT and it's variants were also developed by Microsoft Corporation. They are true 32-bit Operating Systems. They are not the same as Windows 9.x (3.1/95/98/ME). Urban Dictionary

1. An opening or a panel built into a wall, roof, or floor inside structure to permit the pass through of light or air. 2. implies Microsoft Windows. A computer operating system developed by Microsoft. First released in 1985, running on top of MS-DOS, in order to implement a graphical user interface (GUI) computing. Urban Dictionary

An operating system marketed by Microsoft. Many people hate it, but still use it. Here's some proof. WinXP-75% Win2000-6.5% WinVista-3.1% Linux-3.3% Mac-3.8% Other-about 3% Urban Dictionary

Plates of glass. When used in a house, it can be opened for fresh air or in case of an emergancy. Urban Dictionary

An Operating System developed by the much hated Microsoft Corporation. Became popular via amoral business practise on the part of Microsoft. Windows is world renowned for being insecure and bug ridden. Some describe it as "the only computer virus that you pay to use". Urban Dictionary

The operating system that crashes every time you use it. Causes blue screen of death phenomenons. Urban Dictionary

Glass panes common in the walls of buildings, especially sky scrapers, allowing people inside to see the outside and to let light in. Windows have been around for thousands of years, although they were originally just holes in the walls of buildings, without any glass panes. Windows should not be confused with the remarkably unstable and virus-susceptible Windoze. Urban Dictionary

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The word "windows" in example sentences

The way around this is to create a batch file (. bat) that will call another boot request eg cd \comcall comboot 1 {reboot after 1 min within windows} cd \windows win {start windows} comboot 0 {reboot immediate request} ❋ Unknown (1992)

Besides, Ultima is not officially binary compatible with anything (although one some expect some degree of compatibility with Slackware-current), and, except for the KDE apps, the Someone who declaratively likes «eye candy like wobbly windows and shuttering windows» ❋ Unknown (2008)

Some files like "ARJSDK. DLL" and "BATSCAN. DLL" are not geting deleted? don't delete stuff from the registry unless you REALLY know what you're doing, the registry is what windows runs from, any amount of tampering with it can literally make windows stop working, deleting something from c: \program files doesn't get rid of whatever it is you're trying to delete, that's why you UNINSTALL stuff (I'm trying so hard not to use profanity here) the uninstaller deletes the things from the registry, and no your registry isn't within c: \program files it's somewhere within c: \windows or something .. anyway the reason why you can't actually delete those files is because your registry needs those to detect the files in ❋ Unknown (2009)

However, the primary source benefit of putting plastic over the windows is the prevention of drafts and leaks. ❋ Unknown (2009)

Executives I work with preserve what I call windows of nonstimulation in their day. ❋ Javier Espinoza (2011)

Now, months into my unemployment, I'd started watching for "help wanted" signs in windows, which is not something you really do, right? ❋ Unknown (2009)

The only reason I boot into windows is to use Office 2007 which everyone uses (keeps formatting consistent). ❋ Unknown (2009)

The first thing that you want to check on the windows is their energy rating. ❋ Unknown (2009)

Planting fragrant flowers or herbs in a window box outside your windows is a great way to scent the home, porch, and patio areas. ❋ Unknown (2006)

Fighting Microsoft's suite, Lindows. com challenged that the word windows is a generic team and thus can't be legally protected with a mark. ❋ Drewan (2004)

The Iranians are also not very good about allowing the press in, and they usually have what we call windows of opportunity where, for four days, there's a big event -- Khomeini's death, an election, the shooting down of a plane -- and they allow the entire foreign press in, and then they expel the entire foreign press. ❋ Unknown (1989)

In addition, three other drains which we call windows which are just slightly above the water level of the drain. ❋ Unknown (1987)

The open spaces, which we call windows, and in which, here, the metallic surfaces were slided back, commanded various views; some, of the wide landscape with its lakes and rocks; some, of small limited expanses answering to our conservatories, filled with tiers of flowers. ❋ Edward Bulwer Lytton Lytton (1838)

Can you deal with a place where living behind high walls, and having barred windows is considered "normal"? ❋ Unknown (2010)

When we built a small addition I brought vinyl windows from the USA. ❋ Unknown (2009)

Look for signs in windows and on light poles as well as small grocery store bulletin boards. ❋ Unknown (2009)

[Open] [the window], it's [hot as hell] in here ❋ Meg (2004)

Of course, we [all love] the [BSOD] every few minutes too. Silly [Windows]. ❋ Blue Ruse (2006)

[Im] ganna' [look out the window]! ❋ Your Mama! (2004)

1. [Windows 3.1] is still used by some businesses today. 2. I downloaded and installed Service Pack 5 for [Windows NT] 4 [Workstation]. ❋ Gary Destruction (2003)

"dude, I am suffocating!!" "well, open the fucking [windows]!!" "hey man, there are these faggots arguing about [Windows] vs. [Linux] again..." "[who gives a shit], I use whatever the hell I like." ❋ CocoRice (2003)

I am [using] a [PSP] to [write] this, and not windows. :) ❋ Omgsandwich (2007)

-"Please open [the window] [Johnny], I'm [sweating like a pig]." ❋ Daniel (2003)

Excuse me while I run [Windows Update] and download yet another 80mb [bugfix], "[upgrade]". ❋ LoneWolf (2003)

"Hey look, a [record]! It's [45] minutes since I rebooted and my windows has still not [crashed]!" ❋ Anonymous (2002)

Yesterday, I was wondering if it was [raining] or not, so I looked outside through [the windows] and [saw that] it was, in fact, raining. Without my windows, I could have gotten wet. ❋ Glasshole (2004)

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