Definition of preinstall in English:

preinstall

Syllabification: pre·in·stall
Pronunciation: /ˌprē-inˈstôl
 
/
(British also preinstal)

verb (preinstalls or British preinstals, preinstalling, preinstalled)

  • another term for preload.
    More example sentences
    • The company has signed deals with the world's top hardware manufacturers to have its settings pre-installed on laptops and PDAs.
    • Although I have bought several systems with Linux pre-installed from several different vendors, they were all web servers.
    • Red Hat is still in discussion with hardware vendors about selling machines with the software pre-installed.

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